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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Flans for Starke's-first Birthday ..kI Believed Damaged Found By Lawtey ManWA For First TimeIn

f Ball for the President were being wouldn't have believed It

> completed this week and Indications ourselves If we hadn't seen It, butJ.
!> were that the advance sale i After t Wednesday\ I* Starling, Lawtey farmer, Many Years 1
of tickets would be heavy.. sent an egg to town the other day

N. Sternberg, general chairman with three letters plainly printedon )
j of arrangements for the party, I Last. Of February Sewn An Data the shell and he says that that Fruit And Vegetable Grower In H
I said that a fine program of enterftalnment. For Heavy Picking To U Just the way he found It In the Everglades SufffrLmm t y

.Including songs, dances 1 Begin, neat ,;.
[ and other specialty numbers has I : I- -
On one end of the egg there was +
been arranged. and will be presented % With prospects of another freeze a circle of red color throwing Into The first considerable snow for
by local talent from timeto Thursday night, following close up- relief the letters "tha,"- which ran Bradford County in thirty-eight i
time between dances. on the heels of Wednesday's cold, backwards the way type Is set year fell here early Wednesdayas
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A big drawing card,, besides the strawberry! '' growers hero were try. Our skeptical reporter, thinkingthat Winter chalked up the score of
many otber-attractive features, is ing reconcile themselves to the perhaps someone was playing Its second victory over Florida sun-
; a prize package that will be presented second postponement of the ship- tricks, took soap and water and I shine this season ..J

to the holder of the lucky ping season.! tried to wash the circle away- True to predictions, temperatures .
one among numbers that wiU be Loss of the present crop of but the coloring was evidently In began to drop Tuesday and ,l
given out with each admission. bloom and fruit was estimated at the shell. continued to fall until they reach 1
; What the prize is will remain a t.seen. around fifty per cent Thursday The egg was laid In a clean ed a low of twenty-nine degrees :
l secret until Wednesday night, but morning with the promise of an straw nest, Mr. Starling said, and Thursday morning. :a\
1 it that it additional toll to be taken If the -
can depend upon : there from
you was nothing! nearby The snow which lasted! off and 'j!
I will be a pleasant surprise for the M"ea.u)4. ....-..... cold continued through the night. which 'the red circle and Us clear- on for about fifteen minutes, began .;
one who wins it, Mr. Sternberg '1 1I Strawberries were beginning to cut letters could have been Im shortly after 8 o'clock Wed. ,(
ripen early this week, and pints of
I nays When President Roosevelt recently handicaps of the disease. Seventy York treasurer ,and trustee-of fine fruit were their printed. nenclay. It consisted of tiny I.
Tickets are now being sold by consented to "lend" his cents of every dollar raised this I the Institute for the Crippled and In local making ap Thin paper's own private theory flakes that could be seen distinctly ,\
( individuals, but arrangements are 53rd birthday anniversary on year will go to aid these victimsIn Disabled and a noted philanthropist. -' pearance grocery stores. la that the hen that laid the egg only against a dark background.
One crato .
had
communities raising the mon- Paul de Krulf. been shipped by
[ made to have them placedon formerly a
being had been
frightened by a tramp
Jan. 30. 1935. to a nation-wide
In
local stores ey. bacteriologist at Rockefeller Institute Brownlee Brothers before the cold some rural parts of the coun- ,
sale at the drug
I of date ball proceeds of which will be The other 30 cent* will be and..famous .. an author,' brought' things to a halt. printer. ty the fall was reported to be '#
advance the
few in .
a days used to light infantile -.-- i-+ )
paralysis turned the
over to President's will be secretary, while Edward heavier and Is said to have drift
f of the ball January 30, again the country's attention waa Birthday Ball Commission for Infantile S. Harknesn (leaver left), a trustee P. S. Smith, O. C. Cason, Ray I ed to several Inches depth in Lake d
Music for the party will be furnished focused on the seriousness of the Paralysis Research head of the Presbyterian Hospital NewHOm. R. R.' Prevatt and D. W. Thinks Hospital Butler. ",
[ by the Eight Deuces pop- disease. ed by Col. Henry L. Doherty and of the"Metropolitan Museum Moor. were among the growers Northwest
Florida
Jacksonville .orchestra that The map above shows the (lower center) of New York and of.N.V'York '-will be the treasurer who had placed berries on the local I'll p o r tell \'.
[ ular number orthopedic hospitals Miami, who was chairman'of the .' market. heavier snow and children loaned
( has frequently played for dances In the United Slates recognized 1834 Birthday Ball for the President Other members of the Commission It Is believed that unless dam- Is Possible HereArrhlbrt real snowballs In Panama City a*
; here this season. Dancing will be- by the American Medical: 'Asso and was recently appointedto are Felix M. Warburg Senator two Inches of It remained on the
.' gin at 9 o'clock and will continue elation and their location. These serve in the same capacity In James Couzcns, John S. age here has been underestimated ground, In Jacksonville the fall "
until the "wee small hours." 69 today carry the load In giving 1931$. Tnirlco, lCdsel: B. Ford Leaning fairly heavy pickings of berries is said to have lasted for almost
Admission to the party is one treatment to the 200,000 persona Vice-chairman is Jeremiah Rooenwald. Mr. Nicholas Brady will begin to be made before the With Hlute P\V.\ Writes an hour,
dollar a couple, with a charge of In the country ,who bear the Mllbank lower right) of New and Raymond B. FosdlckSenator last of February... letter To Local Fruit anti vegetable grower

twenty-five cents for extra ladle Plant City had just begun mov- Man throughout the state were fearfulof ;fl..
Two Arrests Made ing fruit In
1st County Court Debt t: Commission For Tag ViolationsTwo : MannA no report has been received hereof rightly"Stnrke'B handled proposed easily can hospital be materialised tender crops bard' lt a month ago tf{
the damage done to the crop In by a similar Invasion of cold.. \\II
Since June, Held that section by the cold of Wednesday was the statement Particularly wa* the rich truck t
For arrests for violation of k and contained a letter received here
Ready Pleas s s Delegation Thursday ing area around Lake Okeechobee
this week by W W Whitten fromOo
state driving laws were! made here
The first term of County Judge'sCourt'to'be Freezing/ temperatures/ reported in the heart of the Everglades, expected -
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Begerberg architect associated -
"Deld"here'sinceJune Uxla WSCkJby Robert H. Hill.,Motor / to Planters had
A= .d \ Louisiana ami.will no I suffer who ;.
? with the State Planning
ended,uneventfully Tuesday witha Local Committee Will Relieve Vehicle Inspector for the district Want. Large.,Body train Here ToO doubt .result .ln_.ettlnjc, back the Board of the Public Works Administration I been forced to sow new crops of l'
mistrial in the,only case. to.. be' Applications. Of Burdened embracing Bradford, Alachua Gil- ., .To Tallahassee season In that state at Gainesville bean and .u.... frail crop att. _\,
christ, Levy Marlon and Union '
before the laHt freeze had their
brought t> the bench. Farmers. Monday hoped "
The jury disagreed In'the 'case Counties. ADULT CLASSES OKOVV' Mr Segerb rg'. letter continued crushed of again 'starting .ifnelf.' 'r

I of E. N:.Coleman," charged with J. H. Campbell, field manager of E. L. Wodall. negro truck driverof : shipments within a week. (j
Miss
.' Senator J. M Mann of Lake Gwendolyn Buddlngton, "After talking over Hospital '
cutting ,timber .on another's land, the Farm Debt Adjustment Commission Jacksonville, was arrested for your However Florida could still con,
teacher In the adult school here (
and the defendant will be ,tried was in Starke yesterday hauling freight without the proper Butler was here Monday and expressed Project with Mr. W. Austin skier herself lucky in view of the; I
a wish to have a large del. says that attendance Thursday of Smith. Consulting Engineer we {
again in March.. and said that the local committee license. lose of life and property that fol.
last week reached total of nineteen
egation from Bradford County accompany .a have contacted Tallahassee and are ,
lowed In the wake of wlnter'a new-
were con is to receive Lee Franklin of Archer was ar-
The following cases now ready applica- students. The large class wag
him to the of Informed that Mr. Treadway
meeting
tinned to' the March term: tions for relief by farmers who are rested, for having an outofstatetag I the result of a drive being made eel attack In other parts of the,
the State Road Department In Tallahassee Chairman of the Florida State
At least twelve death
lathe
Joel Smith charged with reck- overburdened with debt. on his truck. country. s
this month to Increase attend-
,' 28. Planning Board, Is at In
January present
South this week have been at. ?
had !
Mr. Hill said that be not
; less driving.Henry The applicant Is required to ance In the classes here, and Miss r
Washington, D. C., and will be
Senator Mann believes that citizen trlbuted to cold and flood.. ,
colored, charged yet had to make any arrests In J
Ferguson, make a list of all his debts, Mr. Buddlngton hopes that the number back sometime late this month. .
I here should make determ- : .
with carrying concealed weapons -I Campbell said, and the commission this county for drivers. using old a will not decrease.
ined fight at this time for the
then seeks to have these scaled license plates XXX"First
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of February Mr, Smith
hardsurfacing of the road from "K Florida"Griffis
r Bill Epps!: colored charged with I down to where they can be han- Starke to the State, Prison Farm, KOAI OFFICKH MOVED: will be in Tallahassee for conference now ;
\ petit larceny. I dled satisfactorily by all concerned. SEAL SALE FIGURESMrs. Offices of the State Road De. with Mr. Treadway and he
{ Charley O'Neil and Davis charged J., M. Alvarez Bradford and he requests that all who can partment have recently been mov- will at that time take the Hos- :,
up
to Tallahassee let him know before
[ with assault and_ battery., The local committee is compos. County Chairman of the Christmasseal go that.date. ed ,from the Court house to.the pital Project for Starke The out i S'y'sf: *
| sale,' announces that her re city halt: Jt was stated Wednesday
ed of the following members: Dr. ....___ come of this conference you'will J
To'Boost E." L. Biggs, chairman, N. Stern- to date have totaled 910201. *' ;'atttbo, office/ that no definite be Informed Immediately." ,7'
RoadsIn Contribution are still ,coming In, It Is estimatedathat.thereare, date has been set for beginningwork .
berg, secretary W. K.'Torode. W Mr. Whitten says that local persons Representative On Committee Dt .. 'fr!
L.'Wail and H. L. :Brownlee. and Mr. Alvarea expresses appreciation 13,000.000 fishermen' and hunter. ion hardsurfaclng the Road Interested In the hospital project ensue Movement For

.to all who have contributed. In the United States. t 13 Cut-off around Hampton. 11
Bradford stone
The County' organization are leaving no unturned Bettor Advertising wq
Our DistrictRepresentative holds .a meeting the first to see that It Is achieved* An- a
Tuesday in every month, but, it <. nouncement of the selection of a "If 'Florida were better known ,

said that application may be II THE VANISHING* :ALLIGATORwhich site,will probably be made In the to her citizens, if the healthful '<
[ Johns A11 e ads made at any time to any memberof near Jlure. he said. value of the Peninsula State's outdoor ''
"
........ n L life ''
Meeting At Jasper the committee.Farmers I . -- were appreciated much ;
This Week are urged to investigatethe Among the natural features that the swimmer must, ,have I Ulana variety being of tawny color Money' On Way locally as It I* by the'hundred of I v
proposition that i* offered by I make Florida conspicuous the alligator crossed several time, with darker spot, aDd having thousand of vuritora who aaeurl- .
Cb q E. Jeie. reprea.atMi the commission. and. to take advantage stand*.In the-front rank.. :But A.min. named Thompson first yen,wjth vertical pupil 4lk hoes' To Fight Pent ly Join, la-tha nation' parade to:j,'
Bssdlordsty'Is tie slate at the opportunity that la If tile .......tew of tIM_Mg:snufl. settled tbe Nels Matthi plaoa- on at cataltv.; Tho** found mow,we of Florida- there would be more ehrtor, ?
,,toss: sleeted a ---hiss -then-to.,.settletheir obltRutinets rile i. Dat.*oon>stopped; ha wW'b*> tile State- Para. road- OUtsIde Ida th.-. fjorkfo. variety, blaefc... witfefttacll.yavand TW Federal government moved unity .> till atat,". acconUn*.to' ,;
of aa ncutlv e.auaitts4.of tfcatt p. .. .. com extinct." H* to taeal sggLA. gat* he-; due a pit'for clay for his 'of alimmmr. bulk this week to meet the screw worm A. J, Griffin, recently.appointed"' ,V
Neste-111oeldah nui.d' As.ce.ithdQ ... tob JNI'IIM'-a' and to barssr. UclMUMt-aiMd.. chlmneyvTh .pit than the former.F J menae to livestock to the Southas Bradford County. permaaant representatlve (ft-;
tiddellsr. eegnnlYed Tdedky .. Club' unless cornswe* .In the wOderuse ooo fined' with" water and wa r,largealligator' are"found Secretary of Agriculture Wat- on tile AUFlorida.1t';'

ernoon at the court house,In JasSenaton in which he now hold hi. last taken possession of by a four-foot here now. Along the-,west side of lace seat to the budget director a Committee. \
Urges Road To Farm stand he Is not a menace to do- alligator. The squatter wa Allowed Crosby lake one,, that I must be request for $480.000 to undertake "An opportunity for all of us to t

and representatives -- mestic animals, and he should be to stay and he soon became fourteen feet in lengtha' seen at I control work on a wide front according get better acquainted with our 4,
Alachua. Baker. Bradford. F. F. Stump. H/c. Wall and JOB.E. protected by law.. eo'',tame till he would take .food times.' ,'At the southeast corner of to Associated Press dis state and to, know more of the advantages |
{Columbia Clay Dixie.:,'' Gilchrlst, :. Wilson were appointed aa a committee Until 1893. when the extensive from the band of personn. Rowell lake Ia... 'gator' cave, apparently patches. of her outdoor life la
[Jefferson. Lafayette. 'Ln). Madl- at the Business Men1 Clubmeatiikc swamp west of Starke were reclaimed Near Judg,Gardiner' place on Inhabited, large enough to Wallace's" action culminated a given annually by" score of

sea, Marlc.)2''Futnam.sSuwaafMandTaylor -Monday. ... to., set?.th.at. a and,general drainage be the Ralfor roadlrvi a man and bold a cot,. ',. ; concerted drive' by Florida and commercial and civic I'roupe..AII
Counties attended themeeting. targe"delegation from here attend gum alligators.were"to plentiful hi*"wlf 0' and?small son A, six- The forest./ires which swept this Georgia 'congressional. delegations of.us should,participate. In someway
at the Invitation of SenaFtor a meeting of the State Road around here till they:could 'W foot 'gator'ud to some up to..thekltcheardoor section the winter:'1930-31 burn- Representative R. A. Green sought or other in this movement
R. .S.Adam and Representative I Department In Tallahassee, January found In every cypress pond, and 'an*cat what scraps ed deep and wide hole In the muck 1000000. eradolatlon work. and should bear In mind that,each \
| F. B. Harrell of Hamilton I 28.The during the .summer their bellowIng were thrown to him When he lingered bottom. of the swamps, and prostrated Others bad requested from '$200- of us ,can make a definite' contribution -
|County.! club went on record as being could often be heard in Starke. too long the little boy would so much timber till these 000 to 9500,000.Meanwhile to tbe state's well-being
Th Bradford representative I heartily In favor of hardsurfac They were especially numerous In drive him away with a stick. places are all but Inaccessible. This Lee A. Strong chiefof by so doing"
yen r that the road from Starke to lag the road' from Starke to the I Crosby and RoweD lake. A creek In cypress pond near Kings- I was the salvation. of the few alligators the bureau of entomology, said Mr..Griff wa referring to the r
i State Farm was discussed and State Prison Farm,' and the delegation from the latter to>> Sampson passed ley lake, two boy encountered' ahalfgrown left for now they can find I'I I his expert had made studies<< of "Know Florida Better Week" ,
i received a.favorable recep- from here will again brine through an extensive bird roost alligator". One boy, plenty of safe breeding places and the screw worm a maggot of a which Is to be celebrated generally .
> by.. those present.. u..... project ;before', tb* road department where the animals found plenty grabbed the animal by the tail an increase in. their number las peculiar specie or fly, which bore throughout the state during" the :
After the discussion of road mat at its meatier Monday dad bird, and fledgeling fallen while the other belabored Mm with been noted Into animals and the first thing week of February. 1T-4I3. Jnelo-,i$>
in tile several counties, Sen- Member of the club also en- from the nest, to make them fat a pin knot The 'gator wa able As a fisherman the 'gator Is a to do was "go In and round up at.e. j;I
Adams wa elected. president domed I th*.. President's BirthdayBall but not "nuMy." A man could sit/ to kill the- boys triad he felt so Inclined tenure having to be content with the> 'Infected stock. Bensot and ""Outdoor Florida Week" I la ,'...nlt l
r Use organization; 3- B. Hodges, to be held here 'Wednesday la a frail skiff and fish In. security ; but, without showing fighthe what swim Into his open gap. The I pine tar oil will. kill the pest and and parcel' of the event, the two4\>i,|
""Lake City vice-president; night January 30, and urged an white score of large gator succeeded In getting away,. clumsy turtle on the other hand .I protect animal against Infection movements this year having been
dlte i Hal T; Adam, of Mayo'sectary. citizen of Bradford County to at- were all around him. If a bather The alligators were born in cypress liau await for fish in dark places If properly applied, he said. merged Into Florida's calendar by ,
r.. An executive committee tend.' stuck his head under water for a pond and swampn where and grabs them easily.It Is- no m i i -*J-- agreement/ on the part of their?':
five members was also. elected couple of seconds, the many saurian the mother scraped together stunt for an alligator to catch a OFFICERS MEET HERE sponsors, Florida State Chamberof
The next meeting of the execu. BROOKER MAN REELECTED: that had been watching him leaves and trash Into mounds and turtle or fisheatingmoccatiln Officers of the Second Batalllon Commerce and the Florida Federation .:,'
e i committee will be held In Tal- DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATIONA. were out of sight when. he emerged I deposited their egg. therein' Themound when he wants to and they are his 124th Infantry gathered at the / of Women's Club. Both |d
1UI8ee. January ?7- ... gay here B. Surrency of Brooker was a little.later they would again )I wa. atari". close to a pool I "rln4lpal! food. Bwi'' 's W a de! Armory here taut right for a busInefe organisations are now whipping' ,
thu J'tate Road Department reelected a* a director cf the Pro- rise r"i: ,-pa. ; ww off .y.. e e *n" *. n! lueviuj Afteran their plant into nliap wit! a view ,i.,
into>> session.. duction Credit Association for this Once two men went to the CCOMtery gator would wriggle down to the .JK.J be protected Innpectlot. (,. ieadquarters of getting: ooo hundred per cent -f:
district at a meeting held In landing at Crosby lake to water, where thai mother ted them On the cattle ranges of South I Company, the fifteen officers In attendance cooperation on the part of local .;
GREEN REAPPOINTED Gainesville last week. wash a horse., A 12-foot 'gator until they could shift for them. Florid the alligator has been protected were taken to KIngsley groups throughout the state.C .! }
In recognition of his service to Sixty-six class "B" stockholder was lying about 100 feet away serve*. They: would bark Ilk pup- .- because the pool always Lake and treated to a fish fry. Lt ""rf
party. an assistant whip In and 104 Visitor heard the complete and It was thought safest to wait pies. It, wa.*. not safe to try' to found In front of his cave Is H. C. Wall and Lt. T. T. Long saw Gooey Lady's Book, the 'first' .
Seventy-Third Congress,. Rep- reports oa the first year's operations until he had left. Presently he catch any young when the mother deep by him and supplied to It that the officer. left Starke fashion magazine published in'America -.I:1",
[eienUUve! R.'A. Green of Starke, of the association. The sank,'and not being seen any more,, was near. Having attained some water which is welcomed by with many pleasant memories of first appeared In 1830. ,\ '
i* been reappointed the position membership of the association consist the men entered the water. One ,size, the youngster would,?emigrate Which shows that the 'gator.kept//their visit here. -4- .,t
for the,present' _atoo.'ac- of farmer who>> borrowed of them swam about'for a.while, to other part. everything else created.. can I The republic of Panama has '3T;
g'' te'news"dfal- ..**'.from from the organisation last year.. for and just after he bad left the waster ; "The alligator found here in former be useful. Tin aeat on. time mile of paved highways with ITS !

,this.""fL.;' production purpose. th'gator! .emerged, at,a spot day* were mostly of the K.. E. ; included 1,844000 square miles. mile* under-COll.tructlOQ., ,.,.
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Plans for Starke's first Birthday I l Believed Damaged Found By--Lawtey Man For First Time .

aU for the President were being: WA wouldn't have believed It
[completed this week and Indications ourselves If we hadn't seen It, butJ.

[6 of tickets were would that be the heavy advance sale. After t Wednesday sent. 1.an. Starling egg to town Lawtey the other farmer day In Many YearsFruit '1

N. Steinberg, general chairman with three letters plainly printedon '1
I of arrangements for the' party Last Of February Seen J\. Date the shell and he says. that that ; And Vegetable Grower In
said. that a fine program of enter For Heavy Picking To U Just the way he found It In the Everglades Suffer
ftalnment\ Including dances ,
songs .. Begin, LOHH \
land other'specialty .numbel'll. has I 1 1Af. nest.On one end of the egg there warn iJ
I been arranged, ''and will be pre.aeQted With prospects of another freese a circle of red color throwing into The first considerable snow for (1.
8 by local talent from timeto, Thursday night;'following close up- relief the letters ..tha.'.. which ran Bradford County In thirty-eight 1-
I time between'dances. on the heels of Wednesday's cold backwards the way type Is act. years fell here early Wednesday if'
X big drawing card, besides the strawberry growers here were tryIng Our skeptical reporter, thinkingthat aa Winter chalked up the score or '
'many,other'attractive features, IB I I to reconcile themselves to the perhaps someone was playing Its second victory over Florida sun- 't
|a prize package that will be proIsented II second. postponement of the shipping tricks, took soap and water and shine this. season. Ij

to the holder of the lucky II I L season.! tried to wash the circle away True to predictions. temperatures {
one among numbers that will be LOBS of the present crop of but the coloring warn evidently In began to drop Tuesday and i
( out with each admission. I bloom and fruit estimated
given I wan at the shell. continued to fall until they reached ;
S What the prize Is will remain a around fifty cent Thursday
per The egg was' laid In. clean a low of twenty-nine degrees ;
[secret until Wednesday nightbutlyou morning with the promise of an straw nest Mr. Starling said andthere' Thursday morning.The ,
can depend upon It that it additional toll to be taken it the was"nothing nearby from snow, which lasted off and f
wUl 'be a pleasant surprise for the .. .......... MA.L .. cold continued through the night. which'the red circle and its clear- on for about fifteen minutes, be- ;
[one who/ wins It, Mr. Sternberg Strawberries were beginning to cut letters could have been Im gan shortly after 8 o'clock Wednesday .

nays. When President Roosevelt recently handicaps of the disease. Seventy York treasurer ,and trbeteei'et! ripen early this week, and pints of printed. It consisted. of tiny \.
Tickets are now being sold by consented to "lend" his cents of every dollar raised this the Institute for the Crippled and fine fruit were making their ap.pearance'ln This paper's own private theoryIs flakes that could be seen distinctly <
[individuals- arrangements are 53rd birthday anniversary on year will go to aid these victims Disabled and a'hoted phUsnthropist. -+ local grocery etores.On&cratd' that the hen that laid the egg. only against a dark background. bIn
being made to have them placedon in communities raising the mon- Paul da. had been shipped by
( Xrnlf, formerly
Jan. 30 1985. to a. nation-wide a Brownlee had been frightened by a tramp some 'rural parts of the county ;
ey. Brothers before the cold
( sale at the local drug stores.fa bacteriologist at Rockefeller Institute
tall proceeds of which will be The other 80 *. printer. the fall was reported to be
will be
few days in advance of the date cents and famous as an author brought: things to a halt. ._ .. '
used to fight infantile paralysis turned over to the President's will be secretary, while Edward heavier, and Is said to have drift :
of the ball January 80. F.. S. Smith, O, C. Canon Ray
[ again the country's attention was Birthday Ball Commission for In. S. Harknss. (lower left), a trustee ed to several Inches depth In Lake
Music for the party will be fur- focused on the seriousness of the 'fantlle Paralysis Research headed of the Presbyterian Hospitaland NewBom. R. R. Prevatt and D. W. Thinks Hospitals Butler.
unshed by the Eight Deuces, pop. disease by Col. Henry L. Doherty of the'Metropolitan Museum Moors were among the growers Northwest Florida e o r ted
War Jacksonville orchestra that The map above shows the (lower center) of New York and of;Naw5'; York:., "will. be the treas who had placed berries on the local p
I number of' orthopedic hospitals Miami who chairman'of heavier snow and children tOlse,1r.al
was the urer. market.
[has frequently' played for dances I In the United Slates recognisedby 1934 Birthday Ball for the Pre l. Other members of the Commission [ Possible Here snowballs. In Panama City as ;
|here this season. Dancing will be- the American MedicalAsso dent and was recently appointedto are Felix M, Warburg, senator It U believed that unless damage two Inches of It remained on the
( gin at 9 o'clock and will continue clatlon, and their location. These serve In the same capacity InU3I James Cottz ns, John S. here has been underestimated, I ground. In Jacksonville the fall a
| until the "wee small hours." 69 today carry the load In giving : $. Burke ICdsel B. Ford. Leasing! fairly heavy pickings of berries /U Bald to have lasted for almostan
Admission to the party Is one treatment to the 300,900 personsIn I Vice-chairman Is Jeremiah Roaenwald. Mrs. Nicholas Brady will begin to be made before the Ai-c-hllfOt With State PWA Writes hour.,
[ dollar a couple, with a charge oftwentyfive the country ,who bear tbe Mllbank lower right) of New and Raymond B. Fosdlek. last of February letter To LOCH I Fruit and vegetable growers I

cents for extra ladle Plant City had Just bngun moving Man throi hout the state were fearful
.. Two Arrests Made fruit In carload shipments, and of additional damage especially to
1st County Court Debt t Ii' Commission For Tag Violations SenatorAsks : : Mann no report ball been received' hereof "Slnrke's proposed hospital be tender crops hard"hit a month ago J i
rightly handled, easily can materialized -
the done 16 the In i
damage crop by a similar Invasion of cold f$
Since June, HeldThe that section by the cold of Wednesday ;:' warn the statement Particularly was the rich trucking $
For Pleas Two arrests for violation of and contained; In a letter received here
Ready Delegation Thursday area around Lake Okeechobee. 'A
;;; } thin week by W. W Whltten from
state driving laws were made here '
first term County Judge'sCourtd"b0'beld'here" Freezing temperatures were, reported In the heart of the Everglades. ex- ;
; since-June; --4.......M-............. ". this wtelt.by Robert H. Hill, Motor ...r y LoullI..a! and..will no 001 Ex'Befrerberg,. architect assoslated pected to suffer; Planters who had <
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ended,,.uneventfully Tuesday with I Loral Committee Will Relieve Vehicle Inspector for tbe district Want Large. 'Body I'tom Here To doubt -result Ja.jetUng, buck the I Board of with the Public StalePlanning Works A4miniHtcatlun been forced to sow new' crops of tbewe
a mistrial In the- only- se to. .be I Applications Of BurdenedFarmer. embracing Bradford Alachua Gil- .a* .To Tallahassee season In that state. I and .u.e"Iran crop*_aftet
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brought before the bench. christ, Levy. Marlon' and Union at Gainesville the last freece. had their. hopes ,;'
'The Jury-disagreed In the 'case Counties, Monday ,Mr. Scgerberg's letter continued crushed of again 'starting- ip etrr :ft

of E, N:.Coleman charged 'with J. H. Campbell field ofthe E. L;.Wodall, negro truck driverof -' ADULT CLASHES OIIOW : shipment. within a week. '-ji
| cutting timber on another's land, Farm Debt Adjustment manager Commission Jacksonville, was arrested for Senator J. M. Mann, of Lake Miss, Gwendolyn Buddlngton, "After talking over your Hospital However Florida could.still con, V
I and the defendant.'will be ,tried. was In Starke yesterdayand hauling freight without the proper Butler was here Monday and expressed teacher In the adult school here, Project with Mr. W. Austin rider herself lucky in view, 'of tho- ?
again In March. said that the local committeeIs license. a wish to have a large delegation says that attendance.Thursday' of Smith. Consulting Engineer we loss of life and property that followed -, K
from Bradford last week reached> total of have contacted Tallahassee and are
County accompany In the wake of winter's new.i'
The following cases were continued now ready to receive applications Lee Franklin of Archer was arrested nln"j
him to the of teen students. The large class informed that Mr. Treadway, '
meeting est attack In otherports .of the
( tothe March term: for relief by farmers who are for having 'an out-of-state ,
the State Road the result of a drive being made Chairman of the Florida State
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Department In Tallahassee country At least twelve deaths In &
Joel Smith, charged with reck overburdened with debt. tag on his truck.,
January 28. this month to increase attendance Planning Board, is at present In the South this week have been at,.,
less driving. I Mr. Hill said that be bad not J j
The ,applicant Is'required to In the classes here and Miss Washington; D. C., and will be
Senator Mann'believes trlbuted to cold and floods."K .
that citizens
1 Henry Ferguson colored, cbarg- yet had to make any arrests in ,
make a list of all his debts Mr. Buddington hopes that the number back sometime late this: month.
with concealed weapons this for'drivers old here should make a determined .
jed carrying Campbell said and the commieslon county using will not. .decrease.) r
then seeks to have these scaled license plates. fight at thistime for the ... XXX"First '
L : -*t tROAD of February Mr. Smith florala"Griffs '
I hardsurfaclng of the road from
Bill Epps: colored. charged with n o w
down to where they can be bandied OFFICER MOVED will be In Tallahassee for conference -
to the
Prison Farm,
Stag .
[petit larceny. satisfactorily by allconcern SEAL SALE FIGURESMrs. Offices of the State Road Department with Mr. Treadway and be ., \!
I and he requests that! all who
O'Nell and Davis, can
Charley charg-
J. M. Alvarez Bradford have recently been moved will at that time take up the Hospital '
led ed.'The go to Tallahassee let him Know before
with assault and battery.' Say's
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I Li-4 local committee Is compos County Chairman of the Christmasseal that.da te. from, the' court house tothe Project for Starke. The out- ,
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ed of the following members r: Dr. sale announces that her receipts city hall.. It was stated Wednesday come of this. conference you will ,
BoostRoads E." L. Biggs, chairman N.. Stern- to date have totaled $102.91. .. m.-' ,}At :at;'the"off Ice"that no 'definite be Informed Immediately" i
To berg secretary;',W. E.Torode..W. Contributions are still coming in, It Is eltlll1.te.lo.that.ther.J are dale ham, been set for beglnnln.work".oo Mr. Whitten says that local per- Kepreaeniatlva On Committee DJa- ; .
... ..r .' L.'Wall and H. L. Brownlee. and Mrs. Alvarea expresses appreciation 13,000.000 fllher.eu''aDd' ,"hunter. bard urfaclng the Road. eons Interested in the hospital project cusses Movement For' ,I,( .
The Bradford County organisation to all who have: contributed. I II' In the United States.. T< 1'; i 13 cut-off around Hampton. are leaving no' stone unturned Better Advertising .liI;

In Our Districtatattva holds i i a meeting the first to sea that it Is achieved.' Announcement ."1 .
Tuesday in every month but it Is of the selection of'' a '"M Florida 'were better known .'t

said that application may be II 'THE VANISHING ALLIGATOR .It9.wlfl probably be made In the to her citizens. 'If the healthful; ;
6.... A11 a ads made at any time to any memberof I near. fyture.. be said. value of the Peninsula State's out *';
the .'-.- ..... .. .... door life much '-
Meeting .At Jasper- committee. e-r were appreciated as
This. Week Farmers are urged to Inve.iI..tethe I I' Among the natural featurea that which the swimmer' must, have Islam" variety being of tawny col- Money On Way locally aa It la toy. the..hundreds of1tbousanda

.--' -' ,--=---- ......... ,"'- proposition that is offered, by maaa.ForW& nipli"iK"ft the alligator : creased' .,.severalUmaa* *, with darker spats, and having of visitors who a-tasaU- .
ChaxtayK. .......r.pe..rteUy.llkmA6ra U.,.-,- sod to take advantaged atanda-in the..front rank But A man named.Tompsonfirst yeawth.varUcal pupita ills. thoaaof To Fight Pert ly Joli-v Intha natloat'a,.pandet to .
c.-tr.UIe rate thropporbtofty'that. .Is U. the dnapteVoitbtabig.: ..n. settled the 'w'". Katthla pIaae._ cata;;;Tho sa' found sow..... ofth Florid there would awaadty ... dvlo: ..
...warns etarn .1a....e.rhermmauUesa nEleze4.:a.-:to., at!.:tAM obB-. sea...noc soon:stoppad.h! .wOT her tha Stata-raraa roML' ; Ootatdahtagat .. ]KJortds: variety ? Ma.ls.rwithktactuayasV' The Federal government. moved fcathla. ......-', dig' .to. '
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toemllts....Sth.lld9Mla '' ....... :. coma eKtmatw Ha ta toe a rto ...... *... due ..pit forslay. foe Ida .*. of, attmmar .build this week to meat t...- screw worm A:. J. Orlffla\,. raaamtly eppelsted'Br <
..Read .AMee.ItldtReegsalrel .' "- ., -. iiiii.nante.n. aas*. Inv kae.dsrn.. MU'h w.-s. chlaxavy, '..ThepU: than the fomar.Fewllarg menae to live toek.ln.: the South dtad Cotmtya par......t n'1
.... ""1uNdayarts T faeti McWE Club'. nalaea uniiennf.to'tSIn wOdws. UJ. sees," flOatf* with; 'water"' and was aHlgaterr ara found aa Secretary of Agriculture Wallace raaentativa on the AIJ.J'IorId&. '' '..'
at the court house In JasSeaatora which he now holds his last taken possession of by a four-foot here now .Along tha west side of seat to the budget director a I Committee. \a
Urge.Road To Farm ,stand he Is. not.a menace to domestic alligator.The squatter was Allowed Crosby lake one .that must be request for. $480.000 to undertake ."An opportunity for all of us to...'/
and "representatives animals, and he should be to stay and ha soon became fourteen feet m length Is seen at control work on a wide front. according get better acquainted with.our ?
'Alachua, -Baker, Bradford' F. F. Stump. H. C. Wall and Joe. protected by law. 80,tam. till ha ''wenidtake' ,,food. times.. 'At the southeast corner of to Associated. Press die state and to know more of the advantages '
UID blab ''ClAy;, Dixie. GUchrist, I:. Wilson were appointed aa a com- Until 1893, when the extensive from the bands o'f parsons/ Rowell lake la A 'gatot'ca"., ap patches. of her ,:outdoor life. Is .1,
Ji' iraori. Lafayette Levy' MadlMarionl \ at the Business .....'. Club swamps west of Starke were. reclaimed Near Judge Gardiner's place a. parently.Inhabited large enough to Wallace's': action culminated a given ua ,annually by scores of ;.
sae. -Putnam./ "BuwadrU.e.d neatta*-Monday.to., see.-that, a ands.general drainage be- the RalfordrvadtHvad. a man and hold a eow.Tne __. concerted drive 'by 'Florida and ,commercial and, civic l1'oup.t..AlI
Tylor'Camues attended; the large delegation from ; here .at gue. aWgrtitor.were"to'. 1:plentiful hie 'wtfe and.amaibeon., A, six-' ,,. forest/Ires Which swept this. Oeorglfc congressional delegations* .of>us should, rtl llM'te. In some-' .
_tblg: at the Invitation Sena- tends meeting of the State Road around'' here' t till"they'could; foot '..tcw used to,some up lathe. section the winter,'of l aO-81: burned representative R;A. Green sought wgyar.othernla'thls. movement.. ...-1
R.-S. Adama and Repreaentat'F. Department, in Tallahassee, ,January found In every cJ'Preu'pond, 'and kltcb.'Idoor'ct.twba&' scraps deep and wide holes In the muck $1,000,000- eredolatlon-, work, I and should bear In mind that each ",
B.' Harrell .of Hamilton 28. daring the 8Umm.r their bellow- wets thrown to ....... When ha lingered bottoms of the swamps and proa Of hers had requested from $200- : of ua can make a' definite"contribution :'
utrty;. The club went on record aa being lags could often be heard In Starke. too lone the little boy would tratad so much timber till these 009 to $000.000.Meanwhile I to the atata'a well-beta '
"' The Bradford representativethat heartily In favor' of hardsurfac They were especially numerous In drive him away with a, stick. places are all but Inaccessible. This Lee A. Strong, chiefof by so doing:' ?
,. the road from Starke to lag the road from SUrke to the Crosby and Rowell lakes. 'A croak : lIS.a' CJJ'Pre'lcI near King.', was the salvation of the'few alligators the bureau of .entomology; said Mr. Griffin was referring to the i\
State Farm was rtlscneeed and State Prison Farm; and, the delegated from the latter,to Sampson pass, ley' lake, two boys encountered a left'for now they can find hit experts had made studies of "Know Florid. Better Week" |!
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-MMa.ed. avXaorable recap from here will again bring ed through an extensive bird roost half-grown alligator1. One' boy.. plenty of safe breeding places, and the screw' worm, a maggot of a which la to be celebrated generally <,,.
,' by thoaa present. thia project tbefore>.tba. road department where. tha animals found plenty of grabbed,., the animal by the tall an bacr_, In; their number has peculiar epeetea or fly, which bore throughout the state dwrtar' the';f
After the discussion of road mat 'at ita meettog' Monday.Maaobera dead, birds, and OadgaUnga fallen while the other belabored Mm with been -t-rL' Into animals, and the' first thing : weak, of February 1T-03. :jn:l.-k/kslva.
in' the'several counties Sea .,.' the club eleo enaerasd from the naats, tG make tnaaa. fat a pma knot Tha"'gator'' wee able Aa a fisherman: the '..tor la a to do was "go to and round up : -iVOutdoor
Adama ".... .*". __. to kill .1Ie- Had he t.lt so' Inclined to' Florida Weak" la 'paitnand A
> was elected preaMent r the- President Birthday but not ;A< eoold altIn boys failure having be content with the"Infected stock. Benaol and : -
r the organisation-., BL H dcwe.1Ab Bait to be held here 'W da.-la" a frail skiff and flail to. aaetw ; but without'showing. fight what Swims Into his open gap. The pine tar oil will kill the pest and parser of the event t e.two.f.
Qty vice-president: nlgbt.'January SO.:V aad'urged an try while a score of large- galore ha succeeded in gettingaway..- clumsy turtle on the other,hand, protect animals against infection movements. this year having been *
g.> Hal Y;Adams, of Mayo, sec- II citizens Bradford. County to at were an around him. If a bather TIM> alligators wereborn in cypress lisa await for fish in dark places If properly applied he saiJ. merged Into Florida's calendar byv';
taI7.. An1 executive committee tend. stuck his' bead under water for a ponds and swamps, where and grab them easily. It Is, no + agreement on the part of their A
five members was also elected I couple of .seconds the many saarlaaa the mothers scraped together stunt for an alligator to catch a OFFICERS MEET IIERE sponsors Florida'' State Chambee%
: The next meeting of the execu- BROOKEB MAN REELECTED: : that had been watching him leaves and trash Into mounds and turtle or fish-eating moccasin Officers of Ute Second Batalllon of Commerce and the Florida Fed--;,
e i committee will be held In Tal- I DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATIONA. were out of sight when ha emerged deposited-their eggs ther...... ,The when he wants to. and they are his"ruUMpal 124th Infantry gathered at the eratlon of \Vome '. Club. Both 'iJ
_V.JU7'1't"'I' gay be B. Surrenry of Brooker was ; a 11UI 'later then would again mound wan alw..- close: to a. pool food. Befts. IK.,. a Uesbti Armory here last eight for a bus- organizations are now whipping,
tbWvUate. Road Department reelected aa a directed cf the Production rise rf M, ..".,.f. wP-f w*" off .. ,.s. w. :.e Ine...,. .&* '...- .u ...**, -"m Afteran their plans. loin shape, > ;:
into session Credit. Association for this. Once two men went to the cemetery gatora would.. wriggle down,to the : be protected. Inspectloi.. o, ...eadquartersCompany of getting: ono hundred 'per' cents'ir;;'
.district at a. meeting held in landing at Crosby. lake, to water where then mother fad them On tha cattle ranges of South I the fifteen officers In attendance cooperation on the part of local I,,
OREBN BBATPOOrTED: : Gainesville last week. wash a horse. A 12-foot, 'gslor until they 'could shift.for ,them! Florida the alligator has been protected were taken to Klngstey groups throughout the state, !J
lit recognition: of his services to Sixty-six class "11""'stockholders ,wee lying about '100 feet away. Mlvs. 'They would bark like pup- because the pool always Lake and treated to a fish fry. Lt. ...--V : ... ,-,;t
party an an aaalstant whip toSeventyThird and 104 Visitors beard the complete. I and it wee thought safest to wait plea. It; wa.,'not sate to' try to found in front of his can la kept H. C. Wall and Lt. T. T. Long saw Godey Lady's Book, the 'flrst':+;f''
Congress, Rep- reports on the first year's operations I until ha had left; Presently be catch any young when the mother deep .by him ,and supplied with to It that the officers left Starke fashion magazine published In'',Am"f', '
atattva RA.; 'Orean, of Starke. of the association TIM sank.'and not being seen any. more, I waa near. Having attained some water, which .la welcomed by stock. with;many pleasant memories of erica tint appeared In 1830. i
sa been. raappomtad' the poal- membership of the association consists :the men ,entered tbe water One :size.;: .the youngsters would,.emi-. Which shown that the'"gator. Ilka theirvisit here.Tha ?
for.'tha ,ipraaanti :e.Noa."ae.i of ',farmers who borrowed of them swam., about' tar while, grate. to other parts., eyerythagelas' created, can also o.. ....._. The republic of Panama has, i 92T,.,
', t.'news\di.att9wll-from\ from the organisation last? .year. for. 'sod.just, after.. bad left tha Water .The alligators found here In for* be, useful..,# ) Roman Empire at one time mllee .of paved highways.with -ITS: i: ,

tJIja'........ u production. purposes,,; the'gatot-emerged.. ata. spot. .mer'.days ware mostly of.the Lou '!fIi, :. _LAOERCREN.. '''. Included. 1544.000 square miles. milts. under construction.' ';, ''
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Wo' Mis* halo Mite Lewis. ('orrrsiMindentMr M... !.. C: Smith, Correspondent. Miss Thelma Rhoden Cor. MI.* Adn JVImra ,Corresi OBdrnt Hints To Housewives
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\ C, *. Willie;; Lee; Padgett Mrs Annie VV'and son, John, Taylor 1
Dr. R, P. nd son, Rich- Mr. Hayes., of Glennie, Michigan frolll'
The many friends of Mrs Willie and Mrs Eva Strickland visited Weekly Home Demonstra.
ard, of Jacksonville were visitors whd! spends his winter at his homeIn
;:$t Lee Padgett will\ regret to learn Mrs. Ward's aunt Mrs. Emma here Sunday. Keystbne Heights was the guest FARMERS SECTION tion Specialists Tallahassee

c; ;; of her death Monday morning at Blakley: In Jacksonville Sunday, '
Mrs Ella Kite and son Albert, of Mr. and Mrs C. Van Alstina -4
(I.. ,11:00: o'clock at the Marr Hospital J. Q. Klnard. Mrs.
;Mrs. C. A. this week.
and CAKE RECIPES
\ Owen Clarence Rhoden made a Conducted by Demonstration Agents
\\ in Starke.
Waddell and daughters, Genevla business trip to Jacksonville Mon- Miss Alta Rhames who has been Lightning Cuke
'' f'f' She wan laid to rest In Dedan and Dellous and Mrs. J. F. Railey J
1 visiting friends and relatives in Use 1-4 cup shortening, 1 1-2
I Cemetery Tuesday afternoon In the of Tampa were visiting at the day.Mrs.
South Florida returned to her 2 1 '
cups sugar, egg yolks. whole
_
i Funeral services Mildred Underhill of Lake w.-- __
j' |family lot there. home of L. C. Smith and family home here last Sunday. egg 1 teaspoon soda, 1 cup sour
Okeechobee Is spending some time I
M ' here with her mother Mrs. Annie Rev. Lyle will preach at the milk, 1-2 cup cocoa 1 teaspoon
,
iu'I r-f Brooker She 1 Is survived Florida Adjustment
p/Oauley,
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Mr and Mrs. Volley McKinney, Saunders.Mr. Baptist Church next: Sunday mornIng RURAL vanilla, and flour, enough to make
', .t, by her husband. Lloyd C. of Sampson City were visitingMrs.
soft
a dough.
Activities For 1935
Parmenter and evening.Mr. .
and Mrs. Berry
,Padgett; five brothers Clyde. J. 1
McKInley's sister and broth- COMMON SENSEBy Cream one-half the amount of
W. ,Talmon Austin and Morris tsham and Clarence Davis and Durham of Lawtey, was a
if: er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones I Include Many Crops sugar with shortening and beat the
J ,{/ Kelly, all of here and four sisters, Miss Ethel Davis, all of Jackson- business visitor here this week.
Mrs. G. W. Rivers of Graham Mrs. Sunday. ville were visiting R. U. Parmenterwho Mrs Lavina Durden, one of the SPUDS JOHNSONHIGH two yolks and whole egg with remaining -

)! J.. Q. Howard of Fairbanks and Mrs. Harvey Starling and children I i is very 111, Sunday.Mr. oldest citizens died here last Fri GAINESVILLE Agricultural amount of sugar then
the week-end with her adjustment for 1935 are combine mixtures. Mix 1
spent .. and Mrs. Dutch Harley of programs teaspoon
!' Mr, Howard Mott of Brooker and day, at the of'nlnety-two. Ev- QUALITY CROPS
Mrs. Lizzie of conducted in Florida with soda with 1.2 and add
mother being cocoa
,Ii three nieces and three nephews. Dryden Lawtey were visiting her parents ery body lover: her dearly and she WILL BRING GREATER cup
t I Starke.Mr cotton tobacco, corn and hogs enough warm water' to make
.1+ Mr. and Mrs R. U. Parmenter, will be greatly mUHd 'In our community RETURNS DURING 1935 a
; Sir. and Mr. T. D Dyal and and Mrs R :R. Johnson and Sunday. t' and peanuts while marketing smooth paste, then add to first

',1 | td r children and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd daughters, Ellen and Madge of Mr. and Mrs; W. C. Jones of Mrs Jennie Roper, of Mandarin Production of farm products of '\xgreement covering citrus, watermelons mixture. Add 1 cup sour milk and
r Waldo section were business visitors Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and strawberries and celery just enough flour to make a soft
if all were visiting Mr. and Mrs. high quality always important, Is
Dyal but formerly of our town, wasa '
and code "of fair competition for dough. Add vanilla and Into
here Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Jones last Thursday. a pour
) O. .W, Dyal of Graham Sunday visitor here last Sunday I especially worth while In Flol'idathis .
} Mr. and Mrs. J, W Lewis and Rev. F. M. Taylor filled his Mr. and Mrs M. Rhoden were C. A. Durden of Tampa, attended I year. -A large number of general the commercial breeder hatchery a well greased baking pan and
Industry are in effect A. P. bake 13 to 20 minutes in a moder-
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Melvin says
Johnnie visiting at the visiting farmers in the state
>sons L. O and were regular appointment Bap- the funeral of his mother, Mrs I are'under -
|/f their son, P. W. Lewis of Jack- tist Church here Saturday and of Brooker, Sunday. T. J. Durden, here this week.HIGHLAND contract to reduce from ten to Spencer, vice-director of the State ate oven.
Extension Service._ In The two whites
1 4j'' sonvllle: Sunday Sunday. Mrs D. B. Forsyth is spendinga twenty-five 'or thirty percent of Agricultural egg may ce used
v the activities In that for the icing for' the cake.
while In Jacksonville with her summarizing .
fe1: .Mrs.; J. B. Thomas and Mr. and A. A. Armstead of Gainesville, their acreage in cotton corn, to-
line which under'way.. Down CuI.e
are Upside
was in our section Sunday daughter, Mrs Ed Anderson bacco and peanuts. This means
R. B. Thomaa were all vis-
;Mn.
'c i\'J\' A large crowd from here attended \. E. Crews Correspondent) In addition, adjustment Use 1-3 cup butter. 2-3 cup su-
,"Citing Mr and Mrs. F W. Reynolds Mrs: L. C. Smith attended the that the quantity of these crops pro.
church at Saxon last Thursday are proposed for the gar, 2 eggs, 2-3 cup water, 1 1.2
', of Graham last Sunday. funeral of her brother, E. A. New- they produce will be limited and grams sugar-
i night. Mrs. WllllamiConvere and chil- cane 'and Irish potato industries, cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking
,4' berne at Adel, Ga.. last Tuesday. the Bankhead and Kerr-Smlth
Iii ;'Mr. and Mrs. Russle Carlton and dren visitors to Starke Fri- 1-3 salt and 1-2
Leon Blackburn was a visitor to were he adds. powder teaspoon
Jack Fletcher and Arthur Hull Acts also serve to place a limit on
.on. Mr. Henry Carlton A. Z. Pad vanilla. extract.
I' all of Tampa were in our section last Jacksonville last Thursday. day. the amount of cotton, and tobacco The cotton program cells for 25 teaspoon
1 gett and Miss Peail Carlton Mon-attended week. Allen Thomas of the Ocala CCC : Miss Beth WimberlY returned which can be sold tax-free. to 35 percent reduction in acreage Cream butter, add sugar Add
k the movies in Starke
t., Mrs Arthur Broughton was call I camp spent the week-end here with from Starke Sunday after spending With quantities thus limited, far- and production this year, and, 6- beaten egg yolks and vanilla Sift

',)day night ed Sunday night to the bedside of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee 1 some time with 'her sister Mr. mers would do well to concentrateon 516 growers In, 1934 signed con- together flour baking powder

,$, \ )jMla* Lula Mae Lewi spent Sunday her son, Edwin who Is sick In Thomas. Nelson Green. the production of better quality tracts covering 1935 also. Their and salt. Add to first mixture alternately -
:. at Graham with her sister Gainesville People In this section are very I Crews with water. Fold In stiff-
;Mrs. M. L. and children of crops., There is no limit placedon base or average acreage Is 153116 -
Mrs.1. W. Dyal. ..- busy mulching strawberries and the State Farm were visitors at the quality of the product, and .8 acres out of cotton In 1935. ly beaten egg whites.

s;tt ,Mr, I. W. Dyal of Graham was THERESSA cultivating lands .ready for plant- the home of Mrs.'Crews' parents, the markets have repeatedly shown Doubtless others will sign for this While baking the cake melt

',if'in( our section one day of last week. Ing. Mr. and Mrs.' B. Wilkinson Sun that the better product brings tho year. With tobacco the reduc- four tablespoons butter and one

1'(';;1 Miss. Mildred Stokes spent last Miss Ilhmln :Xelirler. CorrespondentFarmers RISINGMrs. day. higher price. In nearly every case tion called for ,is 15 per cent of cup brown sugar In frying pan or

k Saturday night here with Miss Si I of,this section are busy Mrs. Gladys Wilkinson was call- thIs added Income consist largely 5,928 acres or' 1,769.5. A large dripping pan. When thick and

:,1v/l..Mann.; / I plowing their fields and making \ II. M. McRae CorrespondentElder ed to Lawtey Sunday on tbe account of profit, since the expenses of majority of ,the growers of both slrupy arrange in sirup slices of

",;t L.; O and Johnnie Lewis, Miss plans for their spring crops. StJ'awberry and Mrs. W. E. Hall of of the Illness of her mother, land preparation fertilization cultivation -' crops are participating in the program pineapple or halves of fresh, or can-
;'> Thomas and Miss Lula Mae Mrs. Lllla Norman. Mr. Spencer ned peaches or two cups of any
i Hael I plants are looking good and Green Cove Springs were dinner and other cultural practIces says.
J Lewis attended the at the I Miss Eloise Hardce spent Thurs fruit cut in small pieces. Pour
; party growers are expecting a prosper. guests of Mr and Mrs. H. M. Mc- are not materially augmentedin Signers of the corn-hog ;contracts -
'home of Mr and Mrs. Dave Shawiof.LaCronBe.lant day night at Lawtey with Miss to over the batter and bake in mod
.,( oua season. Rae Sunday. obtaining the.added quality.: will agree curtail corn
t Saturday night. We are to report that G Louise Warren.F. from 10 to 30 cent and erate oven at 375 deg. F. for about
sorry Mar,. and Mrs Britton Alvarezof Instances of the premium prices acreage per
1 ,,(119(\ \There 1 Is to be service at Little I C. Davis l is ill. We hope he will Pine Level spent Sunday with M. Crews was a business vIsi- received for the more desirable hog production by 10 percent., A dish 35 minutes. Remove at once to

,,\,Rock Church Saturday and Sunday soon be well. Mrs. Evelyn Crosby.We tor to Starke' Saturday. grades of cotton tobacco and pea. total of 1,475 contracts were signed : turning upside down'ao that
that fruit wl'.l:
be Serve
is welcome to and Mrs. J. J. and Mrs. Nelson Green and childrenof last covering 76,201 acres on top.
;everybody come.EVERGREEN Mr. Zeigler are glad to report that Mrs.C. nuts last year were numerous. The year.
hot with hard
daughters, Rhoda and Ruth, at- Staike visited Mrs. Green' of corn. The number who will I sauce or whipped
C. Crosby Is Improving after a average price of flue- ured tobacco
rl mother, Mrs H. C. here cream, If desired. Makes one nine-
'f; tended services at the Christian brief illness Wllberly, in 1934 was a little better than participate this year 1 Is not known Inch cake.

-',\. .'Mrs.' ''. A. Hosier, <.nrrrspoudrntMr. Church in Hampton Sunday eve- Bill McRae of Crosby Lake wasa Sunday.SAXTON twenty cents a pound on the Georgia yet.The

4 M--Leaton: ning.Rev visitor here Sunday. and Florida markets. The highest reduction in peanuts Is to be TRAIN SCHEDULE
and M Jrganand Tlbbltts; of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Comer Edwards Afr., IV. A. Trier. Correspondent price paid was 43: cents a pound not more than 10 per cent. It is Southbound

il/ children of near Starke spent Heights held services here at the and little son returned home Sunday Mr Ray returned i home Saturday and naturally it was for the most estimated that between 4,000 and No. 1-Due Starke 11:01: P. M.
J-J Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Baptist Church Sunday night.W. after spending a few weeks 'after a visit In Ft. Worth. desirable tobacco. This Is more 5,000 growers will sign contracts No. 11-Due Starke 11:25: A. M.

|'VjEp.Rosier, S. Sibley attended servicesat with her parents Mr and Mrs. Mrs. W R. Swanbom was shop than double the_average price. before the time limit expire.' No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M.
Mr, and Mrs. Bryant Redding the Methodist Church In Starke The Agricultural Extension Ser-
Walter Underbill. No. 191-Due Starke 10:27 P. M.
ping in Starke Saturday.Mr 011 stock peanuts sold,for $60 a I :
aand daughter of the State Farm vice, with Its of county farm "
Sunday evening. crops
( ,\ Some of the young people in ; and Mrs C. C. Summer ton, while No. 1 stock brought $75 NorthboundNo.
j were, visiting his mother Mrs. H.krt.R'ddlng' Miss Nettle Hersey l.i' very ill this section attended the pound spent Sunday vidthj,* her mother. a. ton., Cotton of the better grade agents, representing the Agri- 2-Due Starke 5:08: P. M.

+ I : Sunday afternoon. a at this writing, we hope she will party at the home of Miss Leola Mrs. Lizzie Tylel ,. .. and stapler as 'usual.sold for more cultural Adjustment Administration No-.- 12--Due S4IINk.GO: PrMNo.
Au I Mt.,, :Rn 9..ttoelef i 1pentunrjayafternoon ; soon be well. Norman Friday night. In conducting and administering 108-Due Starker 8:56 P. 11
Rev. and Mrs E. L. Hicks have per pound.
j; with Mr*..Marion Carter Mrs. W. A' Jones was ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Tetstone all reduction programs. It cooperates Starke And Wannee Branch
recently: been called to the bedside ,,
'r; and Mrs. Bill Parks. Mrs. C. A. Youngblood Monday. In planning plantings for' this l- the marketing agree-
have little No.
t' a daughterIn their of her Mrs. J. K. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.Yo
'' daughter '
,4'j. "J. Q. and B. E. Rosier were visitors Rev Lyle has been holding a revival home. The young lady arrived Degolia of Jacksonville.Rev year consideration may well be ments. This organization also rep- 'No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P.M.
to Starke Saturday. at the Hope Baptist Church Jan 8th and hits been named Edna given to the procuring ,of high resents the federal government in
John Sellers of Jackson-
fJ ,Mr*. J. 8. Rosier, Stella Mae at Theressa for the past week, ? grade seeds of adapted varieties, the Bankhead cotton and Kerr-

'*,'?Motes, Mrs J. Q. Rosier and children Everyone has enjoyed the sermons.B. Ray.Mr. and Mrs. R. Crosby and ville was a visitor here Thursday.We proper fertilization and tillage, and Smith tobacco tax exemption allotments WHY GET UP NIGHTS

.,:' were visiting Mrs. Shipman F. Hall and family and Mrs. children were dinner of Mr. are sorry to report that J. careful harvesting' and handling, tin* Juniper Olli Ilvrha ............ Kir,
guests A. Tyler Is sick this week. so that good yields of high quali- Flush .
Sftpp Sunday. M. Hull of Starke, were visiting and Mrs. T., R. Norman In Gum -- out excess acids And wantsmutter.
u
|\A'visiting'their cousins Lorene Roster Miss Muriel Hall of Hampton, Mrs. T Sunday., N. Norman and childrenwere The CCC has constructed 21,907 profits pocketed ,by the far- Daily effective Sept., 1, '1934 tion that causes waking up fre-
of various
and
bridges
.Ii.t) Fancy and Eva Jean Reddish type plans mer will be larger. Northbound-4:18: a. m.,' 1:59 p. quent desire, scanty flow, burningand
spent Monday night here with her ,
visiting Mr and Mrs. H. (2,678 more. Vehicular bridges to- ...... m, 5:24: p. m., 9:19: p. m.
Sunday. Miss M'l backache Make this Z5o>-tent.
cousin Elsie Bell Geiger, McRae
Saturday taled of
1.R 8,440 this amount. GUM BRANCHMis Southbound-2:1: A a. m., 9:34: a. Get juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc., la
m, 12:19: m., 6:00:
\ Elizabeth Harnage Cor. p. p. m. little green tablet called Buketn.

,\j t'j y Tickets and Information at the bladder laxative. In four daysIf
"" vs. /CHEVROLET Mr. and M-FUx: Sapp and Smith's Service Station next to not pleased your druggist will return .

I 'ot.'f"" )Mr< and Mrs. ,J. S. Sapp were courthouse. your tic Mitchell's Drug
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams -
I
"''.' of Jacksonville Sunday
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Mr. and Mr*. Ruby Crosby and

11/1\,' )! family of Rising were guests of For Expert

.. )#if l s.: CHOOSECHEVROLET day.Misses Mr. and Mrs.,T,' N,, Norman Sun gSmith's


: Audrey and Odessa Mc-
Ir( ; Rae spent the week-end with their

H: t sister, Mr*. T. N, Norman, and Garage
':fb;' family..

Mr. and 'Mrs. J. F. Shaw and
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ti"\ children of' the State Farm were Phone
I 120
; 'tl.t't the guests of her parents, Mr. and

; : Mr*. 'L, L. Conner, Sunday.

l..f.t",-, 4 MIss Selma &app Is spending a Wrecker Service Day .or' Night''

.,. < while In Jacksonville with her sis l
,, ir"!\ ',' For ter, Mrs Albert William.

: '\ ;J"."J...,. quality at low cost Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.were Charlie guest Hersey of Mr of


tJ L -._ -j ... v f i and Mrs.. J. M. Hersey Sunday.Mr Now Relieve Your Cold
W;
C. Clemons was visiting

,, bi'ak it' \\V :<* Mr. W. F. Harnage Wednesday;

I ;JIliWl '4z.. afternoonMrs. "Quick as You.. Caught It"For
L. L.
Conner and daughter,
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: :p'ijy.1", Eln.. and Louise Sapp. were visitIng -
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V Mr. J. F. Shaw of the' State Jmailngly' Fait ,Results
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/< :jo -* % Farm Friday afternoon. ft.m.mb.r Direction
,1 Mr and Mr. H. H. ,Keene and in
"" .Th.. Simple Picture
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,".J; family were dInner' guest of Mr. *

and Mrs, Irvin Norman, Sunday. The
: simple method pictured here b
tA
'There will be prayer meeting at' the
way many doctor treat
Mr: and Mrs T. N. Norman's now
'\ *" Fri. cold and the aches and pains colds
< day night. Everybody welcome.BOATDRAIfT' bring with them I .
:p."f \ ehewsise
Tke Mew eteseenl Cerh
"Sr\ Tke Nw M.d.0.Use CkeOTrMCeeck -- II Is

ti :THE.NEW STANDARD ,CHEVROLET THE NEW, MASTER DE LURE CHEVROLET: 1..=g I aAYee yey Aphel. la' QUICK recognized way, For it u will a safe relieve sure to

,\ d Mr*. Ralph Gainer, C..............t T.W.. ..rM. ordinary cold almost a* fait as

, ::,,,'. AMI IP. tt hint_.ls..>.rleMlnuilanl nt.t PIL/New. Ira AND L.'.'?*forte 1.1. *pt.I..t 11'''.'.ll.p/e.Moray. Willie Green, of Ocala, was visiting caught it. ', you

"r\t $465 .Mlph.purelre. .>_..;. Ilse With> Lek...a.Ike...list..., $560, _...Win, kas>per., spsr 4lrtJiT > Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griff I and Ask your doctor about this. And

<;",,";:1;' .rrMe In *:au..... .............. PrlvntHbjert rrA,, .*...l.<.M.>.k.>...'"... Iial Prises prier.*.Is.. family Saturday and Sunday.. wheel you buy be sure that you get
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p l I tI.... w. aer *.'.* le rk...e wltk..et iie.tv. *, Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Gainey were 1>A the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.
< Ksjee Arll.m Owtluiial sit They dissolve (
visiting In Lake City last week. r disintelP'alealmost-
; Miss Melba Prevatt was visiting instantly./ And thus work almost In-

CoatERB, : Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlffla Sun steady when you take) them. And

t 'i frt-: operate performance of thin will day.Mr. for a gargle. Genuine Bayer Apinn
'. and the world' lowest-priced ix. This NevT Standard Chevrolet .car amaze you. and Mrs. J., T. Barnes of Tablets disintegrate with speed and
and
new 'im
2 .
improved Blur-FIame valve.inhradengine I wt. Jl.r..t completeness, I
, :t +> Chevrolet ha* fine Fisher Rising section were guests of Mr. a leaving no irritating
, roomy Body. T< 1 h owcrtl: by ,
give. rcmLu particle
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; >:; anllll and Mrs. Arch .. or grittues.
? .y powrr Cliev.rolet Pr"
',%i1).the.smo) improved Vlve4n-hcad wLicIi c- -if. .e-9- ".. .
engine Qbcv"rolet'
power highly refined Kn 4 Action RiJc-and longer heel. and Mrs. Z. Z. onitw tae ..'.; '.t ''t i)
:# new, Master models. It i* amazingly flexible and b e- week-end. uecuuvt/ !_ .j cite wl "Ibes, 10
new comfort. And
give <<
*:.:pirited the finest performing Chevrolet, ever built operating economy, too, i ia a ,there's no point now la accepting:
j greatly increased. See r
Chevrolet other than the
your Dealer today. The colossal real Bayer article you
; figure of
;a CHEVROLET: MOTOR CO. The Sow-
DETROIT MICH. '
Compaq CAenr.. faro want.BRADFORD .
\\y\ :( tI.ll-.lprl w fm4..y G.J1..4.C.... A c.-.l Jf_ '..... er. designed by Lee Lowrle supports :

swan -....- the 430 foot tower, of the

1 state capitol at Lincoln Neb.: NOW

Torode Chevrolet Co. .. I ,

People In, some part of Scot-
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finding of'a

\'_' '', STARKE. 'FLORIDA. fourleaf clover,denotes: bad. ,luck: \ 'eIIJ' J:: ,

Instead of good luck. o' tMw esnstla.l. ,..r tr. MRbMt.C.aaNqer AigMd'req / '

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THIS PAGE DONATED BY THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS' .1 j

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Bradford Hardware Co. I Jacobs StoreO. W. J. Epperson. Suwannee Stores Harold C. Wall ,
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J. W. Morgan K. Barber ShopE. i SHELL G.W. Roberta City Barber Shop ;
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Alvarez E. L. Klnchen I J. B. Alexander I.AWTKYBryant's
i Starke Cleaners'' w
Fred F. StumpMarguerite'.Shoppe Dry ;
T. J. Griffin Starke Coca Cola Co.I I CafeD.

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Denmark Furniture Co. Dude'a.: Cafeampier : W. Moore I'.: .' '.
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*- Starke Telephone Co. D Hardvware- "4)' y" ; J. Courtmanchutctunnkrr "-" < t
*' 'i i \\ hrnak.rE. Priest's 5-lOc Store"
Starke Stave Mill a
Bill's Service Station M. B. PlummerLAWTJBY I

Green' Dairy ? 'I' K. Perryman Smith's Garage&, Ser.Sta.

That's AU Johns & WainwrightCharley J. C. Manning i R. F. Clark
E.Johns N.D.Walnwrlght Jr. I The SpotlightSINCLAIRGAS
Dr. E. L. Biggs Brownlee Bros. i ,
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'Torode Chevrolet Co.
: I F. C. HollingsworthHoy I :
Rachel'sA. i and Hominy FarmStemberg's Canova's Pharmacy i J. II. Wainwright
Magnolia CafeConerman

J. Thomas Dr:W. E. MiddletonW. J. W. Andrews

C. A. KnightH. R. A. (Lex) GreenR.
New Deal Service Station L. Wall C. L. Stockwell-R. J. Davis '

S. Harvey R. Thede
A. J. Griffis R. R. Express Agency E. W. Hayes LAWTEY: Register Motor Co.

Green'Plee-zing Food Store Quality Store Ritz,:Theatre A. & P. Tea Co. Tip Top Grocery P

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8TAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY; JANUARY U
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ioss
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Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, who' Duncan, Dr. and Mrs.'J. E. Maine---

; moved to Starke Wednesday A Mr. and Mrs w! M. Graham, Mra,i
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81 f LOftlUA *UGmiGJjTS 1 .4u-AW #
_. "_ guest prize was given the honor Joe Hill Williams.\ Mrs. Adams

Iii I 4 hf "SodetvA4r guest. Several tables of progressive Mrs;Paid Mr. Harold Pnesrer: and
bridge was enjoyed. Delicious refreshments Mr. Higgins
OF
WAX MODEL of apple pie, Swiss .

t 1 1 MAJO&GZMc& cheese and hot, coffee was then To keep cheese moist,,wrap 1In\
i. ) V MU/AM USMGOtf served by the hostess. Those enjoying a soft cloth wrung out of vinegar,
U. Mrs W; J. Epperson, Mrs. O. J. the hospitality of Mrs. I and keep,In.an earthen-Jar. with
W. M
Baptist Griffla, Mrs. Charles Overstreet, OQ/NG-- Knighton were :Mr,and :Mrs K. 0. I the cover slightly raised .

't' The business and program meet- Mrs B3..1.. Biggs. Mrs J. H. Pitts -
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Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. was and Miss Wilma Alexander. Fol- Of* fL4k/DAS I' ; -. '
!1. held at the Church Monday afternoon lowing the program a short business '
d' t with a good attendance. session was held when reports GREATEST The H. and W.B. Drew ,Company ,
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and committees were HEQOES'V
The devotional was conducted by from officers I
7 ;, the president. Mr A. M. Darby. given. 22-80 W. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE- !:, FLA.
for the la"In I
;4, The th.watch-word-name of God we will year set Junior Music Club M eti I :,v V FLORIDA'S OLDEST RETAIL STORK I

'1 ,, t up for the our afternoon banners."was The in charge program of Wednesday The Junior afternoon Music,. January Clu; ,.met 16, Complete Office Outfitters I II

'Circle number one; led by Mrs.
{ at the Presbyterian Manse with ,AGENCY EDISON-DICK
i1 Ruth Courtney, program leader, l'J\: ( MIMEOGRAPHL.
the topic being :"Banner 'of the twelve member present. C. 8MITII-COKONA TYPEWRITERS
The members enjoyed practicingthe I :
fry V 'Croas. Mr. Courtney was assisted (Sale and Service) i
method of stepping out the
new
V
: on the program by the Circle
a of the club music. The next PRINTING. TECHNICAL SUPPLIES
leader, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. time ..
meetings will be held at the Manseon LITHOGRAPHING t ARTISTS MATERIALS
February 6, at three-thirty p ENGRAVING | SANITARY SUPPLIES'

m. ) RUBBER STAMPS ? SOCIAL STATIONERYQ
N. T. hutch, Reporter. .
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P. S. Club Enjoys Party t. c1; } l1Y'f'nur ;
't STABKE FLORIDA +'.
Members ot the P. B. Club witha GRANDMOTHER'S

PROGRAMBEGINNING few Invited friends enjoyed a f Freeh-Plain.,or_Sliced
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 4VN l
i FRIDAY L.-D. Green Friday night, with Edwin .1'' BREAD18oz.

i' FRIDAY .TAN. 25TII and Inman Green as hosts 1q'
Games were enjoyed during the
i ; "Enter Madame"Cary evening, after which refreshmentswere dv 14-oz. 24-oz.
VV Kllma Landi Mrs. Green.
Grant- served by
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SATURDAY .IAN. Z6TII Music Club NoticeThe "

"In Old Sante Fe" Fortnightly Music Club will l / ,. .> CUQOUSl Nqcr/IVE Whole Wheat Cr. Wheat

Mi.. Ken Muynnrd meet Friday afternoon January + t .. t .i 4 16OZ. 8c, 16-OZ. 8c
... 25/ at four o'clock at the home of Y Jyl,. ; L rr,'
t 8UNMON., JAN :27-28 Mrs. G. W. Alderman. f i yc? ) (

', The Mighty Barnum Mrs. Donald MacQueen will discuss /A/ ELOCPNGMEMOd QOO/isr ;i k .a.r::;Y.!r'l!:: LETTUCE .(Fancy Head) 9c
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Songs of the Civil War.and a fLA STATE.lt'USEIIM GA/NfSVILLE -..\.....
n Wallace Itoery-Adolph Menjoii musical program will follow;; CELERY (Fancy Stalk) lOc

Virginia IJi-uce don-Itorholle .Hud- r. WILLIAM WING LORING fought under Museum at Gainesville. All monies went FRESH CARROTS (Bunch) 2 for 15c

Aim News and Comedy__. Say a prayer ,, t three ,flags and took an active partin for scholarships at the University of FRESH BEETS (Bunch) lOc

Women.
Just couldn't stop
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Feature"WHITELIES" in the war"
between the
off.Double Eating our Chill. generalship PORTUGUESE. MAN OF WAIT
states, he was called ,to Egypt, by the .found by the thousands off the' CORS1t BANANAS 4 Lbs 15c

Khedive given the title of'Fcrek Pasha of Florida is a very''strange marine( for-

'Fay Wray-Victor Jory And the barbecues, hamburgers, and placed in command of the Egyptian .1 mation. It is not really one'single animal CANADIAN RUTABAGAS, Lb 4c

Walter Connolly and short orders' army and navy. As such he served withdistinction1 'but' is actually composed of hun- .PARSNIPS' Lb. 5c
I And oysters for eight years. His'title, at ''dreds of minute inter-dependent living
are equally as good. that time, was' the highest ever be forms. Hanging beneath its. bladder Winesap (Fancy Eating Apples) doz. 25c

; "Against The Law"N stowed upon a foreigner. He died in like upper portion are long stinging FRESH COCOANUTS Each 6c

k Johnny Mack Brown HALL'S PLACENear 1886. All of his personal property including threads that are highly' poisonous. Numerous -. EGGPLANTS Each *
8c
(Fancy )
,,71 Sally! Blane f
Seaboard,Station a large and.valuable collectionof small fishes often hide among
art and historic objects now on exhibition these threads which sometimes drift out' '
--- was 'willed to the Florida State 50 feet behind the crest. FANCY BLUE ROSE-Whole Grain

I\\'" RICE 5 Pounds 20c
Crochet Circle Meets Monday Mrs. Canova and Mrs. Play "Oh, Professor"To _

f, STANDARD OIL STATION The. Crocbet.Circle of the! Presbyterian Alderman Complimented At Be Given TonightThe PIXIE CRYS'I'ALS-Flnest Granulated

Ladles' Auxiliary will Appointed Tea On SaturdayThe play, "Oh Professor." a
(CORNER ROADS 13 AND 28) meet with Mra. R. S. Fernandez following article taken tromMonday' Wayne P Sewell production, which SUGAR 10 Lb. cloth bag 49c
next Monday evening at 7:30.: Work
issue Of'the Tallahassee is being spensored by the Starke
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ,
for the Mossop School ,at Harriman be1of Chapter Order of Eastern Star,
democrat -- "
will to
/ Interest
Term, will be resumed, and Criends of Mrs. Ca'ncrvd: Mrs. Ald- with :Miss Gene Hancock as director FINEST SIICSTZNING 1-ib. ctn 4-lb. Cta 8-lb Ctn
-'..... members are asked;to bring their will be presented tonight (Fri-
erman and Mrs.: WhH ft former
'r New Kyso Cleaning Fluid. crochet_hooksv,. .+. ,1'.,.. t 'tarke resident: P"',' '. an's'day) Club at .8:00:building.o'clock" at the. Wom' COMPOUND 14c'---53
Crown Ethyl Gasoline "The Woman's club ous6:'tn Los
-
Japonicas,In ;BloomOne The cast is composed of home y
Robles was the scene of a beauti- OIBB'S BULL HEAD BRAND-PORK ah
And Essolube Motor Oil of the most beautiful sights, fully appointed ttla': on' Saturday talent, and between acts several

1. GREASING and CRANK CASE In trees town In the now yard are of the the two Flume japonica residence -I: White afternoon entertained when Mrs'In. complimentto George. C. given.special. chorus numbers will be BEANS 16-oz. can, !:

SERVICE on East Call Street.. her.''sister, Mri';: L.A. Canova, Members of the cast are:
formerly Miss Mona ,Alderman', Steve Crandall Bert Busbee;
The trees, one with.whiteblooms,
r | thIs city and popular member of Bob Davis Eldredge Smith; Professor EIGHT O'CLOCK-Mild. Mellow, Pare Santos
and the other red, are nOW'IIa, full
JOE SISTRUNK, Manager bloom and, for: the past'several; the college music faculty,, nowof Bangs, O. C. Register;'WII- [COFFEE Per 19c1
tarke and helmenta Estelle Kendrick Dave Pound
days have been a beautiful sight mother, Mrs. G., W. ;
Alderman of Starke. Davis, Charles Penderr'; Chink,
for passersby to see. .
were Ralph Rhodes; Helen Lillian
"The clubhoune never mores
);fl f"--- attractive than ,on v thin occasion Sternberg; Avonelle' Wanda Whit' GOLD MEDAL "
t1 field; Mrs. Bumboard, Grace
.,;TV when arrangements of narcissi WHEATIES 2
Walnwrlght. Pkgs. ,23c
1 OF YOUR and baskets of yellow calendulas ,
.jrit:; and numerous,white .and yellow Members of'the" choruses are: FINEST QUALITY-BREAKFAST FOOD.
candles were'effeetively'placed to College Chorus Elizabeth Hol- MELLO-WHEAT Pkg. '15c
,,
FAVORITE carry out a yellow VnJ white color llngsworth. Dorothy Sapp, Louise
fil#!' icheme: Snyder. Ernestine Andrews. Alma TENDERIZED .
Thornton James Hair. James Hol- SUNSWEET PRUNES Mb. Ctn 12cWESSON
i"The tea table walt overlaid with
.t''OJ, white; laCe clcjtb. 'and,the center I llngsworth Sidney'Her bfleld,
I OIL Pint Can '18c
MAGAZINES >iecwas an arrangement ,ofcahmdula Charles Fender, George Raymond.
'
,"!"j.' .-' Th", windows of the and Joe Eowarda Jr. MARY ANN (Old Fashioned) ,
; clubruoma were ?decorated, .with .Chorus girls, Beatrice and Lillian MEAL 5 Lbs. 12c''

;::1# AND THIS NEWSPAPER-1[ YEAR, louthcrn placed a :lighted amllar yellow and..In candle.,each 'was Hemingway Moseley. Pansy Doshla Cone Smith, Martlle Paul- WINNER' (Rock Ground- ) .

-: ine Priest; Little Books 'Chorus, GRITS 5 Lbs. 15c'
; Combination Offer 'Orchestra music for the tint
Save this '
You Money on Amazing Margaret Montleth Wanda Pearce
; l hour was furnished by Mrs. R. E. A&F FANCY TUB OR PRINT ;.

} ; '.: 4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper Ricks and family 'while the college Hazel Anderson Fields.John Evelyn Kinlaw Nevvsom, Bobby Lyle BUTTER LbL 35c'
,_ trio Miae"Winslow, piano;
, Biggs Mack Futch and Billy SUNNYFIELD (Fancy Sliced) ,' .-. '
'J' +r 1 1F Miss Anna ,Mae ,Sharps violin;
11[; ,....,. .rw and Mr.'Owen Sellers,:cello played Blakely.. BREAKFAST BACON Lb." 35c

F f.f'' Pick 4\ Pick 3 r "Thu the second.guests were greeted at the' Mrs Barefoot HonoredOn WHOLE MILKCHEESE _

,,-, iw door by II,.. R..A,Gray, Mrs;Tom Birthday AnniversaryMrs. Lb. 19c
,
I I Moore and Mrs.;Josephine' Old- CAMPBELL'S
tines] Lloyd Green entertained .a
'f,'. magazine* dens and presented by Mrs. J. O. few friends last Thursday evening TOMATO JUICE 2 14-oz. Cans 13c
1; Kellum to the-rect'tvlng line-Mrs.L7 .
V with a surprise party In honor of BLUE PETER-TINY NORWEGIAN
.- Mrs. C.
:! A Canova, George
:
her mother, Mrs P. M. Barefoot,
White; Mrs. O. W Alderman SARDINES SCans 25c
;1$ r. whose birthday anniversary was on
'' +1. iAQ1enrliomea3t7asd"e 1 ."Assisting In ,entertaining the that date.... "A MILLION LITTLE PLUMBERS IN EVERY CAN"
IsII guests were Mre.-.1tprry! J,Chance ,
The party was held at the Barer PLUMITE Ier Can 21c
.. MAGAZINES Mrs. ,L. J. Graves- Mrs Eaton foot-home on.Call Street.,.where ,
S plCTORi '0-----: : Burry Mrs P'. E. tt t inmeyer. J,.; of' japonica's. and QUICK SUDS-EASY WASHING
e quantities pink
.. ;;
..
;( .J -
"' i Y ra w 0 80... :Mrs. Karl Roesch, Mrs. .Van Cole potted plants were used to.,decor OXYDOL .3 Pkgs. 14c
: 'O 1IOIr ...... ...: .. ,. trorwatroatn odo / Conaer ..sf..i7rie. Dean Ella Scoble Qpperman/. ate the lower floor of this home. .
i ;, t : ;. .........;... .? 81'21...... R...... .. ,' .: Ralph Proctor, >Miss Zorah Close Conversation was enjoyed during -----
' ,k 00 \IIIa4eI (Weekly.1 H lDylebr1al14wt ... Peq Im L:!.,,. And Miss Lois Stuckey. the evening and a'contest ,was
\ r fl1. ..
,',1 va ...w.....'" ..l'bh''' aFann "" GAD.r's r. 10'I assl.y..'..1 Yr."p "Pouring tea the first hour were held the prize being won by Mrs. NUCOA Lb. 19c!
: Tas.r.,.... ,
t O .
.
.lYte1 l Te.
and
({ ). Geaww'erq' Mrs. J. M. Lee Miss Rachel W. B. ,.Mundy;Jr. 'The beautiful

,4!\. COpd.-____Ie. ..:_...:.......- K AVHrINDrR G..e.......M..+.9,.ds.1;.....I lYa Ts, Gregg while Mrs. C M. Ausley birthday gifts" were opened and "Try a pacfca of the new NUCOA made from pure whole pasteurized
0 r .......,"1 Yr. ss Bafw tlM.1.1.. ... and Mrs. W H, Smith served the were vtew by the guests, milk and
1 i'"' .... AIle"' .. .. .. .I I.jYr. finest vegetable oils. Compare It with the
L r ':, .;(,' C.. .1 Yro pt10 0.....-.-.-,.... .:..t.:.I 1'., second hour, _:f Refreshments of sandwiches, cooking and baking fata you are now using. If In every way
...
' C"0.. -- l'0 --........ "A delicious chicken salad course cokles and coffee served not with the '
...... J 1'. were by delighted new -- do not find It
W..W.
( .. more
44: W--- lyaaad..1'tir: OIxAa6.r..Rosa. la.......Jy. was served with tea and coffee by Mrs. Green assisted by her sisters economical. Just return the package and tile soused portion -
t ;I C.-1uIW: ..1'1'" .......... ................ ',; Misses Mildred 'Lee. HarletU Juanlta and Sara Barefoot, of the new Nucoa, with your name and address to mw..and,
.. CHOOSEAll
.... YOU MAY """" V
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'''''.1 tti' Chance, Eloise Ricks, Mattie Sue we will give you DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.BACH I
.CM-- ... ,... .... Those present weret'Mesdames :
.f
.t .... .117..1
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+ .) ,. _-_!. Y..., A MGAZWES 8-YWF.a World .........IYr. Collins Mildred Hurst and'Sallie O. ,A/> Andreu. S. G. -- --- "
.!y. 0 -- C\Id8..1% FROM GROUPS -. .1 Y. Cornell. Lewis, Charles Imbach, A. F. ENCORE-PREPARED: ,,
-IIl-...... ....tx CIIecII a {..,::ours ci Many guests called during the Sauls. Pate Oaa ett. R.. A. New-

appotntedhours. J:;* aom. J.W. Edwards, J.B. Sapp W. SPAGHETTI 2 153-4-ozcansl5c)
:qj _. .1
B.Mundy JrO. H. Bennett A. H.
u
1V. 6..r'.wf.e'' Thus. 0f VSR THIS DANDY ORDER BlANK TODAVICAccA
t i ; Men's Bible Class To OreenW': -Wlmberly.. H. L. "*
i., 'Our arrangement with the publisher fA. A>ar m.j.zLess JttfrfJ mnJ,.,.,..Bititith Have Fish Supper. Brownlee and Miss Hannah'Swin- STANDARD QUALITY FULL PACK

',c;;;-#., |;own repretentetive enables us t. make e..rlnl.. .four_....orrf,_.. r...Fit.-?out rln coupon.tm4. CM cmntuBv.I..ss'ti ..,.......* ,-The. ; Men's.Bbfcf t;. .* .Classof the- dell ............ TOMATOES JdICaflV 1 5c

a ,r ':;"-!}' .\yo..this ,c.e".OI.-I. LI offs. It is I ftrictlySusr cllec1H ..a a ,..h r.MtrgM. msrer sr.c.1.r. First Baptist Chur b,wUI enjoy a Mr. and ilrs. Duncan. '

'.\ti\I : nt next
Keystone Heights Thursday
{ 4Mttrtd. promptly If,you arc .t prat.tumt l' nighty;January 3U .,The following article taken froma
smlerr.r U.D
'M; 4 tub-crib rle, any of the .. '?rAn members of, the .clue are recent issue of the Union County 4 Big Bars 15cTHE
1 I kxtT your...-. will be estemeltd.| | T-...Sesme ---O.. ...-.t'..AI.."\ j urged to attend as a good time I Il is Times will be of tlrea here: .
i

?J1':J' QUOTATIONS ON MAGAZINES NOT LISTED I SENT ON REQUEST l ,Its..f. store for Jerry all.Moore'Pres.' with Mra.three Belle tables KnlghUn, of*bridge entertained at her GREAT: ,ATLANTIC.&_PACIFiqTEA, ,COMPANY

.v ,, P M.. Barefoot; Sec'7.., home on Tuesday ml}ht la,honor of

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fcB.19. ." BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTARKE FLORIDA' PAGE!: 'FVIb91IiSO1

nAY,JANUARY ___ -- -- -( -- -- -- -., .----. ". .. __. .. ___ _._.__-", -c.n .- "h _u _u -' --"'"

Miss Leila- Dea Andrews returned i- NOTICE OF TEACHER'SEXAMINATION at Grace M. E, Church Sunday at this writing We wish her a speedy Mr. and Mrs 10. II. Jenkins of..St.Jlccrge .

borne Sunday from a week's visit eleven a. xnu and seven-thirty p. recovery. I Ga., spent the week-end I
In Madison with her brotherinlaw m. by the pastor, Rev. Eaton Riley Johns and children and bore visiting friends. and relatives .
Persona desiring to take examination : .
and sister, MY.; and Mrs. J. R. certificates will Dr. and Mrs J. H. Carradlne --- --- -- ---. -
for teachers -- -- ------ -
Boring.Dr. report at the Court House In were visitors to Jacksonville Mon '

Starke. Feb. 7th Thursday) at 8 day. [
O. L. Haynes, Mias Sara otiock'ak: m."' :Mrs. 'C.;::8. Strickland and little NOTICESolicitors i

calNeW9 Hope Haynes, Sonny Haynes and Pen ink, lU1d'.legal' cap paperare ,daughter Gainesville spent the ij
'L L. M. Gaines were in St. Augustine required. > %">_ weekend 'here with her parents, j

Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs A.'3.J.GRIFB1S.> Supt. Mr'. and Mrs. T. J. Terry.

I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINEsS'AND Haynes Grant. l-25r2t : :". S. \V 'pill Harrell was a business visitor for out of town dry cleaners are

... -, -.. .. .._.... 'to'Lak-o city Wednesday.
PROGRESS OP TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Misses Elizabeth '
James Holllngsworth. 1 'MR. IA\VX\ DURDEN '. Mr Mrs., Edwards vlatWs.fo 1
Holllngswortb and Ernes ; and were obtaining clothes by representing themselves .
,
tine Andrews and Mr. and Mrs 'lI'un.raJ,. *rYi9es for- J.JfyS",La-j ,! : JacksonvUla Monday. '
John Uglow, were visitors to Jack vma'-Durdett,,'who died at her hdnwin r*1 OTSEY* as soliciting for STARKE DRY
sonvUle Monday 'Hampton early Friday"'ttiornJng r : S.' BEACH ,
treet Dendy of Alachua, spent :Mrs. Tate Denmark, and baby of 'was held at Sante Fe, Ceme- Mn.. OnnklaiK, VortrmfvmtlrmtA I CLEANERS. When giving 'out ,!
ay her with ., St., Augustine are spending the Mr and :Mrs. W U.:Edwards and Mryt Friday afternoon at i<< o'clock. I your .
week here with relatives. i'' pound party was given at the
little daughter. FredrUca? and Miss : .Mrs. Durden was a' .\.native, of :home of :Mr,,and Mrs, R.''N. Craw clothes be cure they are given to representatives "
of'Jacksonville,spent Georgia,tout had been: resident
Leah Struth
ev. F. ,M. Taylor of Hampton, i ford's Friday nghtvio.! .honor of
a visitor here Monday. W C, T.,U. meeting will be held the week-end. her ,witn\, Mr.:; and 'of, Hampton for the last sixty I their daughter.Miss, 'Martha Craw'tord'e :"of STARKE DRY CLEANERS.
afternoon at 3.SO with Mrs. Mrs. years.'
Friday : W..H. Strutb., ,
birthday. Games were enjoyed ,
tvnj I
Survivors-:. daughters. .'
Noble White, at her home. l
J. M. Mann of Lake Butler, .and I until ,a late hour when the '
3r. Mrs. Maude Burnup, of West, Mrs.' Anna Pate, JacfcsdnriH*_.
sta invited .Into the din. JUNIUS M. SMITH.
a visitor here Monday. i or gu, were
i Palm Beach, was In Starke Sunday Mrs.' Donia.Chesser Hampton;r ,
Mrs.. C. B. Price and d u&'hters.Gloria "' AJDunten. Starke lug room where refreshments were '
visiting Sheriff and Mrs W. two sons.. A. ? I
r. R; M. Prevatt, of Lawtey; and Helen are enjoying 1 a J. Epperson at their home 'on end A. C. Durden of Tampa;< one served.* 1

i a visitor here Saturday. visit in Miami with relatives. South Walnut Street brother, H. H. Hall of Macclenny. A beautiful birthday cake cen- 1I
tered .the table and held sixteen ,I

: D. Dyal, of Graham was a Mr. and. Mrs. W. M.I, Wainwright Mrs::' H. A. "Durden -and little LA1V Y tiny yellow candles. The guests W. CAUL DAVIS! JOHN BERRY DAVIS '

isiness visitor here Tuesday. and children, of Jacksonville, were : daughter, Betty Jo, who have been O. J.: PfcllllrUb Orr*.n>..l..t departed at ft; late hour" reporting I
I here Sunday visiting relatives : visiting Mrs. Durden's parents, Mr ( a joyful even|Ag. "
T., C. Hazen, of Brooker was .a and Mrs. J. H. Rltch. left the first 'F. R. Carradine yas'a business Luther Ctilam of St. George, Ga.

sitor i here Monday. afternoon.. .. R. R.. Tb.ede.iand daughter,'Miss, Of the\veek for their home In Mad. visitor to Jacksortfllle Monday, spent the weeH-end here ,with his DAVIS FUNERAL HOME
Guilda Marie, of Lawtey were visitors "(son. Prof. W. LS: Beacfe) ,was a business sister, Mrs. R. 'N. Crawford and al
(Sheriff Rex Sweat of Jack on,, here Wednesday' ft rboon." r-. ---- visitor to Brooke*; Saturday family,.: .

lie, was a visitor to Stnrke Tues" Mrs. J. A. Martinet and son, J. xfternoon. ,Misses Audrey' and Mildred! Nor- ,

y. Mrs.. W. W, Page and son, of A. Jr., have returned to their borne 'Mr. and Mrs.. J: M.Reddish were man of Hellbronn and Mimi! Eva PALATKA, FLA. "
.
Jacksonville, are guests of her parents in Tampa after a several weeks visiting relatives In Jacksonville Hilliard of Woodlawn were visiting
of Ralford,
Mrs. Minnie Brown, Mon- ,'Mr. and Mrs W H. Struth. visit here with Mrs. Martinez's Sunday. Mlns Martha Crawford Sunday. 111 JSOKTII 4TII HT. I'HONK: DAY: 66-NH111T 81)

s visiting: friends here -. parents, Mr, and Mrs. A.. W, Red Dr, William L. Petting!, of We are very sorry to report Mrs. \""

ye Mrs L. Prescott has returned grave.. Wilmington, Del., delivered a very W, M Reddish on the .Hick list at "
tram Gainesville where she ut the First ..
I C. Wesley Larson of Keyetonlghte. spent several days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and Baptist Interesting Church sermon Sunday.Mrs. TAKE 24 HOUR SERVICE U;J.
..wan a visitor here Tues- BIItt'H IKON TONIC
4
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son, have returned Pearl Schuman and daughter POK KIIKIIMATISM.1MUUKSTION .
y. Mrs. George W.. Thomas has re< to their homo In Tampa after Gone, visited relatives in i
turned from a two, week's visit a visit here with Mr. and Mrs.O. Gainesville over the week-end. l 'Also use Mini's White Oil

,{ending T. M. Hagan to business, of Hampton.here Tues-was with relatives in Cahoon, Alabama, L. Beasley -at their home on Mrs. V. R. Reddish was visiting Unliriont for Flu and Lady Attendant :-: Ambulance Service
Walnut Street. relatives In Jacksonville over rnouinoiila.
y. Miss Florence Gill I Is convalescing ---- the weekend.Mr. I ASK YOUR OKAIJCll! .

at her home on Call Street !.II''. and Mrs. John Uglow had as and Mrs. O J. Phillips were
of New River, was
L. Johns
from an operation performed, last last Friday, Mr. and aft t
tending to business here Mon- their guests plaiting! at TJ).eressu; Saturday .
week. Mr. Boone Dick and Mrs. M. Mos- ernoon.

by. of Bardwell Ky.: Mrs. M Mr. and Mrs. 'J.. B.: Dye of Lakeland MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE WILL BE SERVED ALL,DAY
Miss Lila Russell, of Atlanta.Ga Tanksberry and son, and Burney
_llrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson, were visiting Mrs. Dye's parents
and Mon- SATURDAYTIP
was a guest Sunday Prevatt of Gainesville Blanchard
Is a visitor here Monday after day at the home: of Mrs. Alma --.......". Mr. and Mrs. A. M. "
here Friday. 'k
n. -- Bain Mrs. L. E.:.Moaeley' and daughters Miss Autharine Blanchard is vis* Maxwell House Calumet Baking t
-- Beatrice. Lillian and Edna
art Ritch. of Ralford, wag a Dr. and Mrs.. Bryant S. Carrollof Mae,and son. L. E. Jr., and Mr. and lUng In Lakeland.
who Is employedat
Incas visitor here Monday all- Howard Miner COFFEE PO\VDER.\ JELLO
Jacksonville spent Sunday here Mrs. J. C. Manning, attended the Live Oak spent the week-end at ;

noon. with H. Long.Mrs.. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F funeral Jacksonville of Joseph Sunday Valentine afternoon.In his home here. Pound 30c Pound Can ,25c 3 for IBc'

tiss Beverly Cady was visiting The pupils of the Lawtey Junior !"

ends In Jacksonville Mondaylernoon. Mr. and Mrs: J,P Warren spent Carlyle Rltch. of Jacksonville, High School wll present a play
Feb. 1. A small PILLSBURY:
Sunday In Tallahassee with Mrs. spent Sunday here with his parents Friday evening, ;"
Warren's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr,and Mrs.J. H. Rltch. Mr. vlmHslon will be charged for the
[Mrs. L. 1C. Moseley has been con- has benefit of the school. TOP \
C. Smith. Ritch for several years past
led to her home for several days but he Mrs. W. B3.: Torode was a visitorto FLOUR t
been employed In Chicago
Ith .
11lnealSo.Mrs. Gainesville Tuesday.J.
Mrs. S. A. Barefoot of Sander has now accepted a position with
son, Is here visiting her son and the American OH Co., of Jackson- C. Ward who Is employed in
| W. L. Wall and Mrs. Harold Jacksonville spent the week-end at 1 *
Mr. and Mrs. P.
WaU, were visitor. to Jackson- M.daaghter-ln-law,Barefoot ville. his home here. GROCERY 6 Lbs. .. .. .30c 4.
tile and A. H. Har-'
Carradine
Tuesday.C01. F R.
v Rev. and Mrs. M. C. S tti h, were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'E.!: Canova, here Friday visiting Mrs.. Stlth's ley, Jr.. were business visitors to 12 Lbs. __ ,_ _. 59c .f' \ ,
'Joe HU1 Williams, of Lake I Farm TueMday.I .
( the State "
and Arthur Brownlee.
Miss Mina :Manassa Mr.:and Mrs. H.L. -
utler. was,a professional visitor- Manassa were visitors In Jackson- parents.. 'They were'enroute to their I There wilt b* preaching services NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE 24 Lbs. __. .. $1.15 r'
kre
..
...Tuesday._ ._ .ee.Ih It. vlUe Monday;:....,. .f:. ':' borne' I In Jacksonville where Brentwood Rev. '* : -, ': !
the UNEEDA OCTAGON
YOUR JUNE.
: of
{Kenneth'Harrington,'''of Jackson, R. C. Cone 'and daughter and Baptist SUth Is pastor Church, from DeLand IF ,. .;: P i

lie, spent the week-end with) son, Pansy,and Carl, have recently where they attended the State PEAS.I '

lends in Starke. moved to the Flume cottage. on Baptist Convention. BREATH HAS RITZ SOAP ;
Madison: Street. ;
Ira. Glen G. Searing and' Mrs who 1 Lb. Box .22c 2 No. 2 Cans 25c ;:
Griffin
Mr. and Mrs- T. J. 5 for lOc Jt''
Anderson were visitors'. to Mr. and Mrs. A. H Kirby and have been residing at the home of
fl 1 SMELL YOUCAN'T BORDEN'S l
cksonville Friday. son. A.. H. Jr., of Jacksonville, Mr. Griffin's) sister Mra.. N T. WHOLE GRAIN
were visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Errol moving back to their
Bitch, are TOMATOES
: W. Shuler and Mrs. Legglne
i.T.
;
Alvarez Sunday. home at the corner of Walnut
of the State Farm,were. Street and Road 28. Carpenters FEEL WELL MILK17c RICE 4

11 tors here Monday, Mrs..G. W. Alderman, und Mrs, and painters have been busy for 3 No. 2 Cans 25c 3 Tall e
d -
--- Wb.0 /.4 ton mueb ear food \
r w*
Ritch of L. A, Canova, spent the week-eiK the past two weeks making repairs 1 our bowol. Out frivad* omU thli 5 Lb s. 22cCOFFEE
re.J. Hamilton in Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs ana painting the inside of this ,lass eomlur out of our mouth sod oil II ALL HOURS !:'t
ilnesville spent Tuesday here Mid .......... W. M'th. polar at this
Mra.j George C. White.. home. d_y all _o. our II..... It .*. III .
H: Ritch: .., oomf, craucbr and no food for njthtn",. COFFEE SUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. 1C. :Newsom CARD THANES Wlnt make the food dear ta the bowels I .
and Hal too mash. our bits ,
Sheriff W. S. Brannen Wall whra w* e&&
and daughters, of Jacksonville We wish to take this method of 11.1..._n"t dl_.M I*. W.... I. th. bile juice 2 Lbs., .25c Pound 19c 10 Lbs. for 45cBANANAS
IMaines. of Lake Butler, were were here Sunday visiting Mr. and! expressing our thanks and appreciation It U the m_t ...ltml diumtlT Juleo In out '_ _. ,
(tors here / body. Union a pinto of It are flawlnc from
Tuesday.
:; Mrs. Ray NewHOio. : to all those who were so ur H..r Into oar bow.l.moiit .ver, day l out "
kind and thoughtful of us during inp.. mt hard end ooMtpn end PORK&BEANS 1
Jackson
UBS l Beatrice Cady, of Mr. and :Mrs.)T. E., Duncan, of our' recent bereavement; Especial ."jl 0'1. 'foiout ,. .a_doer... xrn
", spent Sunday here with: hor Gainesville, were in, Starke Sun. l ly do,we appreciate the beautiful body rjrWhM pia lnIa"- ; e. :; Can., .. __ 5c I r
err Mrs F B. Cady Mr 'and oar fHomli moll our 1o..sIII
afternoon visiting
:- Mrs.day K. G. Duncan.Mr. flowers. Mrs. S. R.: Osborn bat wo. don't don't)noo and o"m o ev C, B. Price spent last week Mrs. Ruth Courtney. ... Got ne tho <....... Tao Contort t
eLand where he attended the .UtUo Plllo vhlab sorter start the
and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and e .- flow o/fmr bile falo But -Mmotblnj 1
e Baptist Convention. daughters, Mildred and Rivers. et By-products of 'corn include ''It letterto irar bo .atforod vnlomol. /.....sun)ono eS FANCY EATING APPLES,, Doz. ., ,20c l f

the State Farm, were visitors here yeast, gluten dry and wet starches looMnM setb0.0....* and oonld* the roetun No. 2 Can 9c ;ft,

Saturday..af er uon. corn oil, soap glycerin, salad, I.Liss. _line "I' -A.II and for CnrWIJttl.M wbM T15eel. FRESH TOMATOES Lb..., .. lOt
ENUORCOLUMN - }
and other oils. tae-lSf. pif.4 Q.ILCe.I SUGAR
Mrs. S. L. Peek Is a patient at ., \,

u Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, LETTUCE, LARGE.HE each ,Bc o
convalescing from an operation AMAZE A MINUTE I CORN25c

RENT :- Furnished apart- performed last week. I SCIENTIFACTS ooa-. BY ARNOLD, FRESH CARROTS, 2 bunches __' 15c 2 ,

t. Will rent entire upstairs ornail :Miss :Martha Drownlee, of Jacksonvllla. .

apartment all with mod- wag here during the week'' FRESH:-TENDER BEETS, Bunch lOc SARDINES I I k

|conveniences., Mrs. S. F. Ham- end visiting her parenu, Mr. and I f I 1r
S.'Walnut Street. :Mrs.. J,'M. .Brownlee.Mr. I
LARGE GREEN CABBAGE, each .5c IN OIL. 3 for lOc,

BERRY plants-a cross and Mrs. J* c.,Robinson and M .
tween ,the red raspberry and son, Eldridge, of Apopka spent the BALLARD'S TABLE TALK, Plain or Self-Rising

erry. Large luscious fruit; week-end In Starke with Mr."and. knayne..nr .
..
Its Write \:, l' G .LDS. ,12 LBS. 21 LBS..
three cents each. Mrs. R. F. Demore tt :
5 r."C:- Jones, Starke.: "Ha1.., m

|"te 2,' Box 7-&., 1-25-21* .Miss Beth Wlmborly, of, High FLOUR 25c 45c 87cTIP

< REWARD and no questions land. boa been a guest for several r
days of her brother-in-law and sister -
Iced for return,of papers lost
; Mr. and Mrs., N.: T, Green.
,
.February. I especially want 1

i signed by C. H. Barnes in my Mr..and Mrs. J, S..Canova': :: and FASTEST TOP MARKET DRIED PKG.
Return to Telegraph office
'' son, John, of Gainesville, spent RUNNERS/
m*. W. P. Smith. U. '
'I' Tuesday, here with Mr." Canova's SPE.EOICST RUNNBII -

RECEIVED ,shipment of mother. Mrs,E,.E. Canova. TNt ANTtLOI*;WIIIC.H HAS SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. .16c Pk1.PLES25c
'Corn,' Beans, Irish Potato. .. BUM 62 MILES" MOUKFOH .. .. .. 3
.tolm'JDmaft student at Ogle- SEVERAL Mitt4. (us ROLLED ROAST & Lb. 19c
,
den Seed. All guaranteedget a .. .. '
NAYS RUN 5Z,.1)61"47MULES
'our prices. before buy- thorp University, Atlanta Is w-r PCA wove.. PORK HAM 2Oc
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lL ._ BUTTER
Brownie Bros. 3t.S pending th._"weelt, here with hIM ,, '

mother,.,Mrs. Vonda E.,Toman.; y PICNIC HAM jgj,.,Lb._ -- 17c
that succeed at White's: Pound 37c

will have full line of garfield Milton Brownlee it., of the University FAT HENS ,_-__* }. .-Lb.---I5c L -- -

seeds for the spring of Florida.'spent.the weekend FLA. PORK CHOPS *'... .Lb..20c
ng. 'Where'quality,tells and here at the home .of his pa

t s Uv 1141ICK rents. Mr..and -Mr.' .3. ,M. Brownie SALT MACKEREL, -. -...--_;3 for. .2Sc MACARONI5cl
Pk
SUPPLIES: Typewrit- HAMBURGER .. .2 Lb.. .25c >

paper e,> adding typewriter machine ribbons paper,', Mr..'and Mrs. C..C.'Shepard' and LONG HORN CHEESE __ Lb.__ _.23c SALT. 3 for _lOc ,

machine paper,. {1 second baby, of Milliard were week-end
on sale at the Bradford guests of Mr. Shepard's brotherinlaw BEST '

Telegraph office,'"Phones and sister, Mr.,and Mrs. C. A. TRAVEL 8YAIBSrXMt POTATOES 10LbS. lOc
Knight. '
J tf.O Of rXAMTMftLMU ; IRISH ,

CARDS/any;ate*. 'Mrs. M. E-/ Edwards 'has returned MAY IA4NLVu Co1.oa.ioo PEARS w ... aeTalNO '
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY :23: 1911Bradford
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LAKE OUT CITY IN THE- Colonel COLD J. B. ninety It la per reported cent of that the women attempt rnali-t,,

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ill' r ]it i LIVE STATE NEWS Hodges Committee the State, of Democratic Lake has stated City, chairman that Executive to his of States customs. Unit-



." ==-- knowledge not 'a single republican -
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{ ; News of Florida Short Paragraphs
STAFF 21 was elected to a local or other
Basketball Team
B. H. S. Students L J.
office the elec- -
in general
public
Dorothy Sapp .___. ,,Kdltor-ln-Chlef Enter Contest Plays First Game i1et '
'' ,r4 Elaine Wynn_.Aiist. Edllor-In-'hint _'_ __ _" tions of November. There are sev-
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,Dorothy Marwlck .Kxiliann Kdltor ._r -.- -- ----.
; T Grace Kazan.A int. HxchaniroI With Lake Butler! eral county commissioner's districts -
S..atelnner To Be Announced
' t il ram 8lockw! ...Literary Editor
; "h llarjnrl* Marwlck. Asnt. Lit r.dltor: Feb. 15 EXPLOSION KILLS TIIREE SEE NEW RECORD in the state where republican

+ry, |}it,' A.Louis\V. Davie Anderson___,Aunt.Jr. _.Hports Sport IMltorI I'M I tor Probable Schedule Is Arranged MIAMI-Three negroe were kill- DAYTONA BEACH-What are candidates have made me elections rc .

( 1 Lou I.. Hnydnr____?__Society Editor Each week, for the next two or ed Instantly when a quantity of dynamite the chances for Sir Malcolm Camp- political-party contests, with the
r I.minn SternbergA..t.. Hoa. Editor The basketball season'will get they were laying for blasting -
three weeks, we are going to publish possibilities of republicans being
lk {: LaMlo TUg __ .Jok Editor bell, thrice land speed champion, hen
June "Whit eid-::Aunt; : Joke Editor one or more essays on the subject under way Tuesday night, Jan. 22, in the harbor here exploded. elected. a House

A W. Anderson, Jr. nt.rtalnm..nt "The Horizon." The best one when our boys and girls teams play The explosion occurred as the negroes to break his own 272.108 miles

Ma brannenAut. Knt KdltoiJOBBO. I.r- will be selected and sent to Jack- Lake Butler for their first game of employees of the Clark an hour record this ,coming Febru- Burned Down

'e' talnment Editor sonville to enter the statewide contest the season. In all likelihood, we Dredging (::0.. were laying dyna- ary on the local beach' Two ex-
Wary Luelll" Toroda.Prlmar7 ana are In for a losing as Lake mite from a rowboat.
;
and the winner will receive a game
'k A Elementary to perts, one his American manager,
& l :Itoswall NoaceU.Junlor Hi Reporter prize as well as the honor. The Butler has one of the best teamsIn people used to ask, "Is he

,. essays must be In by, Februaryfirst this part of the state, but we HOLDS CODE ILLEGAL Bill Sturm, and the other a racing Ia__......__ Insured!" Now d air ask, "It

44l and the winner will be an- shall hope for the best. TAMPA-Federal Judge A. A. countryman, Kaye Don say ..thathe'll _.__ wbich Ie_bri....-a.a.... he property insured?
EDITORIAL his mark and that he .r.sPr
raise
% nounced February fifteenth These The probable basketball schedule Akerman has held the NRA lum- ,IM
i A educator said If chance to touch his Adequate sound stock
prominent has
we essays must not be over two hun for the plrst part of the season ber code unconstitutional, and de- a good .,, PRKOESsmFOmUTION fire
v G r wish to(> know whether one la truly words nied the coveted 300 miles an hour -for thorn differing from insurance will properly pro-
dred in length. will be as follows: government an Injunctionto

lei educated we should inquire first This contest is open to eleventh Jan 22 Lake Butler, There. restrain Logan George, Tampa Ida I STOMACH, POOR OR DUOO.NALULCLRS DIOSS- tect you against loss and the
about his character and second TION. ACID DYSPEPSIA.
and twelfth grade students only. Jan. 25 Waldo.-Here lumber dealer, from operating NOT SO GREAT SOUR STOMACH OASS1NE48 service of our dependable

about intellectual his manners. Evidence should of So far about twenty-five students Feb. 1 Lake Butler-There. 'without complying with provisionsof MIAMI-When Dade County ,HEARTBURN. DAD BREATH CONSTIPATION. agency will prove of valueto

41t performance have entered the contest. Feb. 8 Green Pastures NightU. the code. farmers gazed out on their fields SLEEPLESSNESS! OR HEAD you.HAROLD.
come third. TO EJCCE8S ACID.
ACHES.DUB
of F.Feb. after the December
There are two of the essays for r i.REPEAt the morning Ark for Aw*copy at vrmari'i Nouamo. WeDe.r. C. WALL
;! Too little stress has been placed ALES AuthofMd: Wllbud LMuten.Inaart .
it, this week: 15 Waldo.-There. :* TAX frost, their estimates of loss rang- an

upon the desirability of sound -. (Subject to change'without notice DAYTONA ;BEACH A city ed as high as seventy-five per cent. ( .'.Name Mara) INSUR.ANOfiSTAIIKE. .

character and pleasing manners. GOSSIP ON CAMPUS ). three per cent Kales tax which in The Miami Daily News said actual MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE FLOKIDV
One baa to be honest, thoroughly On Feb. 28 and March 1 and 2 one week of application broughtin losses have been scaled] down to
In last week's edition of the paper -
ft dependable. and agreeable In all his team will attend cent and less Gov-
appeared the favorite song of the girls probably an income of about $5,000, will twenty-five per
t relations with his fellows If he is the basketball tournament In be ernment grants, though .mostly
the seniors and the song "Mr and I repealed Mayor E. H. Arm
u to be a good citizen. The worth of Mrs. Is The Name" seemed to Gainesville strong says. Protests by citizens limited to $150 each, have permit- FUNERAL DIRECTORS

?, "an individual depends not upon create a lot of talk-were Loulse's On March 1 and 2 the boys team ,and merchants, who said the tax ''I ted small growers to replant The uur Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for TJe to Render

what he is capable of doing but up- and Joe's faces red.I will if present arrangements are ,-cut down local business, resultedin News states, and large growers EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE

,, on what he does. The direction of carried through, go to Cross City the city's decision to withdraw i generally have managed private fi- MODERATE PRICES
ilrf one's activities depends not alone Seems like Percy Snliivan'ssong ,
for the boys basketball tournament. the tax. nancing.
DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
upon understanding but upon purpose I "Talking To Myself, gave e>_ __._____ .
and Is matter of him the courage to talk out whenhe STARKE. FLORIDA
a
; purpose and
We wish our teams success
t RE-AFFIRM: POLICY _..
j YOUNG DEMOCRATS! GROW
character. If one has not learned was giving his current event. -
rood[ luck in all games and may TALLAHASSEE The State
to feel and fine There is also a question about ORLANDO-The Young Demo- .
practice a regard
Hr they bring honor and glory to our Board of Education re-affirmed -- - -- -
for the feeling of others he will "The Object of My Affectlona." crats of Florida have organized
old Alma MatertTHE !
Who Is the Ed? I policy that not more than 12 1-2 clubs in fifty-one counties of the
not be liked very much. This last lucky girl, .'
per cent of the state funds HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's
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apportioned state and fast factor
are becoming a -
statement Is the base of human
We wonder who Dot Sapp thinks
HORIZON I to counties for school
pur- to be reconcd with in state
( '+ happiness and if we cheat our- about when she sings "Then I'll
Jennie Brnnnen 12B) : poses may be used In payment of has than 6,000shrdluetaoln
selves of this cheat (By May more Most Hotel"NE
out purpose, we Be Tired of You. I bet he In from 'salaries of school bus : Popular
0 ourselves out of the best things Gainesville I see on the far horizon a pictureof less drivers, un politics. The organization now
the future-tomorrow. After teachers' salaries are, other has more than 6,000 members.
which life affords.
$ We wonder who has Robert being buffeted about for so long on wise provided. About one-fcurth of this numberare 1st Street at Boulevard
Biscayne
DOROTHY SAPP. .
'Lost In a Fog. .
the of N- A bi-annual meet-
stormy sea experience! ; we young men.

.- Who do you suppose the lucky find ourselves In a changed world BABY "TAKES"' FALL Ing of the Young Democratic state Overlooking Kayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

GRACE IIAZEN boy was that escorted Irma where the words from God's Book, W. PALM'13EACH Juanita organization wll be held In TampaIn

Stockwell to the show last week'? "Glory to God In the highest, and Land, one year old daughter of ?II'. mid-February. A drive Is being Opposite Union Bus Station
A beautiful with hazel
baby girl
; Look out boys. on earth peace. goodwill toward and Mrs. J. A. Land, proved that conducted to have all counties organized
i eyes, and light brown hair was "
Looks like the little blonde thatIs men," are realized. Faith rules she can "take'It. She fell froma by that time.
born to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen
4* on Feb. 13, 1918. visiting in town has James''Hair the world.A window on' the third floor of a
local apartment house, landed in abed Lowest Rates Ever Ouoted
the in life has
y3: on go. change spiritual
This girl with a pleasing per- t of sand and came up without New Kidneys
We heard that Geraldine bas a fostered change" in material life.
sonality has reached the height of a scratch. An examination at a
feet five Inches and new boy friend from Gainesville. In this changed world, thrones, If you could -.. your ntvloeUd.. tired mid
p five weighs Mildred's complexion seems to be kings, and aristocracy are un hospital failed to disclose any In- fear Kldo..". for new onto, von would o.ulom.Ucmlly Single Room with Bath ____________-,-_______ $1.50
123 pounds. She likes to draw, juries. .t rldof
changing from red to white sincea known. Neither are slaves found .,(Rh.unatl.m Nlrht Bomlnll'Ktolnr.N..g.n Itching and, Double Room With Bath ___________________-. 2.00
and
read cards. KS1 '
sing play -- ?? '
Christ- .TooolTMtfunctJonallddn.'d..nI.. ....
certain boy graduated anywhere; the world is free; crime
'
She dislikes to tell current SIIOLTZ IN WASHINGTON try th.inuuvnued Doctor...poeiapnecrip./ ALFRED SIMONS Manager.
and criminals are of the past Uoa called CYSTKX: (3!..-t...). Muat fix ,
: events in history., She Is very mas.We wonder who Dot Warwick's Love and truth prevail; all formsof TALLAHASSEE Cover nor .* In e days. u manu tecfc.> AI oil .,0..1.roe.
quiet. Grace la a good student Dave Sholtz is spending this weekin
frequent correspondence Is with. art adorn the world. Labor now -

and likes to write. poems Twenty-one of the senior girls reaps Its full reward. One Washington of his main on objects official business.(la to secure a ,. '- s sF, ",a; yy ens.4- w.; a te,r,' .t TA.Proof 01..........b'rp I. rtrformmtv
ak to be interested In the
seem very Scorn, once prevalent, has van-
federal funds for a state

Chapel Program home preparing nursing for course.the future.They mustbe ished with the passing years. We i building program believed to approximate IE NPJR TirestoneGUMDIPPED
no longer see the poor beggar or
I 10000000. This k, .ale S
sum
> s. f y.
;i Big Success Friday We wonder where Mary Lucille's"Big the heartless miser. In this fair : would finance an expansion

Under The Seniors Six" disappeared to so sud- world life lengthens, joy deepens, designed to meet the needs program TIRES

denly. .- and we see our opportunities for of the state foe,the next ten years.
s happiness and'achievement in the Hold AH Outstanding Records "
*' Chapel Program Iii ,Charge ,Of TilE SENIOR CLASS MEETINGThe Ideal of the poet: GO AFTER PANTIIERS '

Juniors Today senior class held a business On Road and Track
'LEESBURO tN)
"Not enjoyment and not sorrowIs Several
sportsmen -
meeting Friday. The class colors,
_ Chapel last Friday was inc flowers, and motto were chosen;; our destined end or way, are completing preparations For Safety, Speed, Mileage, Endurance
But to live that each tomorrow
for a trek Into the
charge of Mrs. Carpenter's seniors, also the graduation invitations and great cypress Wh r. choice If. nwttor ",* S.f.Tf, *........ the
who presented an excellent pro cards were ordered. Find us farther than today"THE swamp section of the Florida Ever- CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE .f .... .1.. th.lVmtfmmu
glades to hunt panthers from '( lor champion. ChanaplomlilB Cadurvnc.
gram during the third period. The class colors are Silver and HORIZON Blowout Proloctlo end Ne.-Skid 5f..y b._ oil M..
"Send the Light", a song by everyone Pink and the class flowers chosen horseback Reports from the trop- built /Into F_ Tim to new ojiunUlioo to dI !_
first the ical fastness in South Florida say you ttmmmno Protection. tar to .d... of .... Mod ofpmcMdoy
was on program I,were pink roses By France Cadman, 12\ Student the panthers are more numeroun JOT I SALT DESERT LAKf BONNEYILLE, UTAH dri.fa>|.
and followed the Lord'sPrayer ,
rty wan by satisfied with
Everyone seems _..._ __ .
ToN | B f o Bate* HM| Mlltfyl* MM* '
and the Flag,Salute 1 the choice of the maJority-at any than usual and have been killing >;JonK.imoihM World'JOJJ.. _.
to _
The horizon means some a many deer. So with approval from
The first number on the entertainment rate--everyone Is being a good
new poem full ,of promise and to the State Conservation Commission -

portion of the program sport'about it. others a new play about to open the sportsmen plan to go after .

; was a song "Someday We Will "Onward and upward" was selected with themselves as stars, but wit : the big cats with horses
guns [ I
fT. Understand," by the girls Glee for the class motto. May a new and untried supporting cast. and dogs. EQUIPVOURCARTODAYWITHTHIS
with live to their
Club Frances Hemingway the seniors always up My Idea of the horizon could best .
and Mra. Wall at the '
,leading p1L motto!
be painted As a picture. WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF-

___ rt4 ano.Nfcxt -. In this painting I would have a The seniors had a perfect history

was a fine talk by the Rev. Robert Singleton Chapman lone mountain silhouetted against lesson? EXTRA SAFETY ANDVALUEB
Sketch
B. M. of the Methodist (Personality! )
Montgomery a grey sky Ascending this mountain Keeffe Harrell did not use
friends call
Robert his _
or as
M, Church. He talked on the I side by side, would be two slang! _
subject of "How Discouraged. Dismal him, Bobby, is one of the popular paths. At first glance one path' W. T,Weeks attended bookkeeping .:

l and Troubled People,.Are To- boys around school. He was born would be a broad, smooth straight class regularly? fitI / : / 1
"O"'V..;O'um1lP/fllj., / ) ,
Florida January NON-SXiD
In Fort Pierce on / :
feeling \\ )< 17. Wohhv haa grown to be one;. easy to climb; the other a [ Sumter ,Harley ?refused not to ;/t"i", .jl:',f", / p 1.- i I one with dangerous argue with anyone
rough. winding many
A
aid, "and to get over It, we must six feet tall and weighs one hundred places. On a second, searching The seniors"bad' senIor privileges 1 PROTECTION, \ \', ;f7''S, t, iE It //
is : rI' I : I'
He J:
have a wholehearted desire to get and seven'y 'pounds. '? !N J "II" : ),!
the
seemingly -
glance easy ,
football heroes having \\' :
7 one of our \ J-
somewhere and be somebody. :
Marlon Williams
U path would merge Into an Impassable started studying .
Then he gave four good rule. that played three years. Hunting wilderness. In that sam '? -
_
_
we must follow First, we must his best-liked sport. He just start glance the other path would appear The girls did not like James
but It
,-( be courageous. Second, we must ed hunting this past season' unchanged, butpeering Hair'1Leecy
be to work and sacrifice. surely didn't take him long to get '
willing closer, you would glimpse at the Fogg did not smile

r Third we must have faith in God In the habit foot- end of this trail a heretofore unno- i Gullda Marte Thede did not have

and last but not least we must He likes blondes tennis, ticed ray of light pushing its way i bright ideas in Geometry'

" have faith In ourselves and in oth ball, riding horses alone, hunting and through the darkness of the sk] l Inca Dempsey did not powder '
and chile and dislikes dancing
' ers.Now Beneath, gazing upward, wonder- her face on the bus every morn- :
formal affair
., the senior girls' Glee Club Robert Is prominent in Glee Club Ing which path to take, would be a Ing'
krendered another number "Teach child Boys startedusing make up'1'
Me To Pray." This was followed work. He la very good about help- Artford Brawn/ had no freckles -
would be of v
This child symbolic
Ing in all school affairs and is most
"
by "New Year's Dedication a Robert was presidentof the monthn- -each has the privilege ej
dependable.

reading by Dorothy Marwlck. his clans his sophomore year in of choosing. his way through the CONSTIPATIONCan f N D I A N A P O L I S PIKE'S PEAKiIB'EE
Irma Stockwell recited
Next, B. H. S. also president of the pres- horizon.*. In being true to God and

"Doctor Goodcheer's Remedy,c and ent senior class our country, we should choose the

read, "The Will and the Way". rough path, which. In the end Is

+ ,Both were poems.: triumph, for the' brave succeed. be Helped! nv n+, ii, ,+ tt
Look! Listen!
rI Stop!
Brannen read H O't rwLO ''
Jessie Mae now an ? N'11.s H A N
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I essay, "The Horizon," which she Library' Needs Mags NINTII "A" NEWS

0 bad written.In (Use what Doctor do)
We of the ninth grade are proudof
this month's at- torn irAQ FUJCS -"-... Ware WM AddedSt.... Ye. BRAKESACCURATELY _
conclusion
Please Read Thin Little Message ourselves for having next to the Why .
do the Dowels ...
.
usually move t. CLEANED .4 TESTED? e toYMrBATTEMTT
tendance prizes were awarded. best attendance of, any class In regularly and thoroughly long afle .

_ First prize (a beautiful framed picture Since no library tees were charged school and winning the second a phynirian has given you treatment r ----- :...I
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a..h _. aAeaw kw ...... ..... .. IV.-I.
) went to Mrs. Gray's room, this semester, some of our magazine prize (a very beautiful vase) offered lor constipation W .... ... w- M .e

_j and second prize (a very pretty subscriptions have expiredand by the attendance commltteee. Because the doctor gives a tMjtu .t.li.. TIM M.MO. ,." ..... _.t.iw......LSr_Y. = :-.T--YUnD1'
.rw ... ... ..
vase) was obtained by Mrs. Wall'sroom there la no money to renew Too, we have the best attndance : toe laxative right thai can always be taken II I pofffe*........ tww V .d M r In W. ._.1.r W
so far, baa the best takes amount. You can gradual!) _war Li r.. / .
which; them so will anyone who a record of any clasa In school as we reduce t..t rd rya ww.1N
i the ,
Reduced .. '
.
? fN attendance record of any room In magazine give It to the B. H. S. have twice won first prize and she series 01 rear and safe nil" from .

i school.i library, when you finish readingit once the second. tonsllpaldrt _

After announcements by Mr. In order that the students may We have two new members in Ask your. doctor about this. Ask
the druggist bow There is NO CHARGE lor i this TESTING and I INSPECTION 1 SERVICE lonn I m TODAY
Gray, chapel was dismissed, Mr get the benefit of magazinethat our claaa, Haul Crews and Patsy your popular liquid
a Howard's Juniors have charge of would otherwise be thrown laxative have become. The nab
_ Edmondson (who has been absent liquid
laxative .
laid aside for forgotten? gives the ngbt kind
or
chapel today. away If you can, will 'you please tell for lllneaa the past). couple of days becauseof of when help the and doer the is right amount of help *****Listen to the Voice) of Firestone-featuring Richard Crooks, Gladys Swart'
repeated instead
CALENDAR OF EVENTS Mrs. T., T. Long or Louis. Snyder We are all working hard at our more each lime, you take Its*. VoW or hout and Nelson Eddy every Monday night over the) NBC-WEAF Network. 4
for It.
and we will gladly call the bowels are moving regularly and Five-Star Program.
studies because
J we want to get on
Jan. 21-Senior glrla' Glee Club, the honor roll. thoroughly without any bell' at .jJJ.
sixth period. Basketball practice.Jan. GILBERT BROWNA Every one please The liquid"?! laxative' generally used

22-Boys and glrla basketball tiny baby boy with grey eyes wish us luck! u Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin. It

game her. with Lake Butler. and dimples was born to Mr. and contains sends and caacara. and

Jan. 23.-Senior Boys' Glee Club, Mrs J., EX Brown, Feb. 9, 1017 in LOW FOURTH GRADEWe DO these habit are noturnl 'laxatives that form
in
eyeD duldren.
i sixth period. Starke. He has now grown intoa ate very glad to have four druggist bu 11: uk forn Your

dtl Jan. 24-Book reports due. bright young man, being on. of new pupils in our room. We enjoy NEW DEAL SERVICE STATION

Jan. 25-Chapel program fourth our best football atari. He likes | our new fourth grade books J

-t. period, with the Juniors In charge. bertaln brunettes football, swim- and will try to make good grades (! ea;

\\t S Book club meats sixth period. Boys ming and dancing. this semester.

: and girls basketball game witha1do His dislikes are: current events Miss Lucile Edwards. '
SYRUP PEPSIN 'HUBERT PRIEST
; here. to be'teased and stay home nights. Teacher. i Mgr.

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IDAY. JANUARY 25. 1035 BRADFORD COUNTY TBXBOItAPtt.!: STARKB. FLORIDA \!:

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IlE CHUBCH .._ _._ --_- ---. _-_--. '
t --- the Hall on Tuesday evening and Thursday island In Torres straits "

First Baptist'"Church BEHIND L- f a good lesson taught from 2nd Pet. belonging to Queensland, Australia .

unday Rev School-IOOO O. B. Price:, Pastor a. m. the l I!\ The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures er 1st Chapter 1, trepang, la a fisheries.center- of the pearl and ;!

Worship -11:00: a. m. ::1 t'ru.t1 u' tl'I'I.'ti 10'11 Foil .
tooraiDg -6:15: m.Evening The "......,." of 7W -- TAX i"':.:0 --- _- 1 1QVlR'
P. U. : p. V
Y.
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B. Worship--T.30: p. m.eacher'3 dint CupUiil TMwt::\': t'lIrrJo*. fiiiiln!' HRiti.HV: and' JTrn.nivn Pt!,;:ti!1 '
Training School, Wed. News. E I SuiilH, holder o<: Tnx lertlflciita. No. 10Rl INERVES.u:-
420, litHtird 5th., di/ of September:
|day at 7OO: p. m. nr oscm!! JOHNSON A. n. 19.13,, has filed mild cxrtlflcnte
S In my offlcn and toads
Prayer Service-7:3 application
id-Week .ad KENT WATSON for tux deed' tn Ixnua thfl'uon .In aooordnntB -
m. with h.w.l Meld, certificateemliraro
toil are Invited to all our serv I the following d..rlb..d
'iiopcrly situated, 'In Itmdforil Cnun-
a County officers opposed to any ty. Florida towit: Lot O and Month .,
4n feet of Irfit 1 of rtlnok 14, IliKinded \
Methodist Church tampering with present laws governing Mouth' by J. U. Turner Land llvInrcnton .
compensation and Tees have ;:2 Tt'I\ Coninany'H' A dilltluim
lev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor., to : t"'I In Wont half f.. I.
School-10 a. m. some real lobbying ahead of themIf mil, ) ice: t Nortli-BiiKt Uunrtor of Hoetlon H." t
Sunday ,
Township 8 Mouth .
Range 18 Kn t. \.
Morning Worship-11 a. m. they are to maintain a status Tho assessment of mild I property; :
undxr the said oetlfloHKi I iMKtind we.
pworth Leag'Ue-8: p. m. quo One member of the Senate I In the inline of Mm !II. M. Hnydwr.
venlng Worship-7:30: p. m. Is determined ITnleitR Raid cvrtirUnte, iilmU 1 bnrntlvvmed ; ryf
that there shall ,
acrnrdltm law tax deed
Invited to all these
servPresbyterian -
You are be a general shuffling both as to will Issue thereon. on the Itth day of "
Fobrtiary A. I>. 1038.
8. pay of county officers and the Dated thin Mlt day ot January A. ,.
Church handling of all fees received .. r> 1030.tOFFICiAL ,
SKAL
Jtev. George H. Lowry, Minister He proposes to submit the Issue to A. J. TIIOM AS. I Ii{

jlO-00: a. m.-Sabbath School. the people themselves in the shapeof rieik N'n-lfoi.l: of I'lrcnlt County Curt Florida. .i'

11:00: A. .-Morning Worship; a constitutional amendment. 1-11-5t.I-8
rmon by the pastor. Reason: lie doesn't believe that

10.30: p. m.-Junior Christian En- any such movement will get far NOTI<'!t:M l I"tNI'IOII'M heieliv M\I.H'given that tinder IIP TO goer eni In ;
vor! in the legislature through legislative and liy virtue of a Final ln>cr.-.. every nerve at high tension.
action. Trick In to of Foreclosure. inndn mid rendered No wonder the wife
resorting sna
at
17:30 you >
: p. m.-Evening Worship. by the inornble K.Adklnx, Judirii
constitutional amendment process of .the .Mrcnlt Court of the 2llth and bark at the children. '.
I is that county officers will be less JiidUlnl. i-lrcult of Klnrldn, In and Wateh out I Overworked
n es fur lirnilford County In Chnncwry, lead .
era* may to SQeepleseesu -
vigorously opposed with reelection dated Jiinuary' Slat Ills 5, In hut .
them in 'I certain cniiH. thi-roln lately pendIng Nervous Ileadaehe Kev> ,
staring the face In
(OB JONES between The .Federal. r.an.l Hunk I one Indigestion and a host at ,
1936. The sponsoring senator of Ciiliiinbln. I'lnlntlff, ,and f). 10. ether 1 disturbance. .\
I unpleasant
1 feels that all deputy sheriffs KnlKlit) land wire, et nl, l 1.r..lan.,
I Why don t Dr. Mltea l
try
the undvrKlirniifl, whn wan thereinniipiilnted I you
| Comments On Here should be on a definite basis t ,
salary ll an 8|>,olal MiiNter Il1l'h"I1' Rfferreecemt Nervine Tablet?
less concerned with' fees very, to execute the ",""". will on Just one In a halt tt
And Hereafter Miiniliiy, the 41 h Uy. .,f Murrh, 18.16: J:1a.ea:
through what he says are frivolous : f dullnir tlioinnt\ I IIOIIIH of so Ic, before water make a pi 1
'J arrests too frequently made A r .n:. Jt, .C the Court IOUHI. .looi* In Htiirke, Hug drink delightfully *o otbllllr
,. "'Iurh...., sell. to the hljrht'Nl and beet. fco orer-taxed II....... !
\ The writer would like to suggest Such arrests each costing tax payers .1 hlddiM! for tiHh, the fullowliiK du< II.
; I: Dr. Miles' Nervine le ''J'
Ncrlbvil; 1 : MM
his readers that they read the from $10 to $50 and more aside liindH 1 Nltuate, lying nnd l>e<
I rat five verses of the third chap- from maintenance cost in prison Job' Patience.-The story of Job l Is told in prose at the beginning and end of tho boot which beers h'i wit IRK:In lliudforil County Florida, to- 1Ir.n8llOell&Mde: hi two Tablet.forma-Llgnld Both haw mm* l

of Second Timothy. The Inspire If convicted are year In and year name. A wealthy. God-fearing man, living in patriarchal style in the lund of Uz he suddenly! in prontrHt" Tim HouthcHHt. quarter of t thwNnithwexl the same soothing offset Ii'
r out bankrupting fine and forfeiture by a succession of calamities and Is stripped of posseiiiinnp, of children and of health o movies of sufferl'mi. quarter and the I leant 'I
II I writer tells about the conditions halt of the HoiithWHft quarter of 11.00 at feU..c.. ra
Ihlch will prevail at the close otIs funds before the year is half over which Vie patiently endures. Three of his friends Eliphaz Biliiad, and Zophar, visit him and a disouHslo":t the Noithwimt quarter of Hentloil Yr
the senators in T i*try takes place between them.! Previously the rnrrative hns declared that Job is righteous nnd tit" :ll, Township 6 Mouth, OR.MIL..ES' :
before the second avers 83 ,
age just tin is not the cause of his sufferings In the last chapter Job' rfHh/.en and confesses! that n his Jisc'iinle ttiiiiKD, more lunt.or lean KtiiitulnliiK. ., IIUnci'ttH
wing of Christ. The writer doest he had spoken beyond his knowledge. A prose conclusion\ describes the end of Job's life In pence' an, pros with the nppurtenanrvH.1 8tild Ruin M
contend that the presence ot Road Department will itself Job 13 This Bible in 1625 to be made pursuant In nit 1.1 ]>ecreu t iLN
lie conditions described mean that engage perity.- : 1617. illustration is from Morion's story of the in pictures, engraved to MMtlNfy. the. name., .audvioiilii, r
In budget making starting I 10. K. l'iiUlYM\N:
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hrist is coming soon although he January 28 .. Delegation will Presbyterian Church here In the AH..I Mnetlal:/ Muntor In, th".ory.: T LT:
I
Inclined to believe this.e I == UK. I'ETTINOILL KETl'KNSTO : l-J5-Bt-2.33
rather head Tallahaaseeward from every I evening.Dr. ----- .
does mean to say that the con county, bent on getting favored 1r TheLetter 11 MISSION H.ILL IIEKE Pettlngill was for fourteen 1STNaEAZEN I

Jttlons described In these verses consideration for their own pet years' Dean of the PhiladelphiaSchool .
till prevail just before our Lord road projects and for the taking I Scripture enthusiasts of Starke of the Bible. Is Editor of I IW
Box had a treat on Saturday night
turns. over by the state of more county; "Just A Word", and Author of I:I
when Dr. Wm. of ;
L..Pettlngill .
S e roads for maintenance Last many tracts and boons. VICKw ovq"aO C SVAP iB.JUtr
Wilmington Del., stopped I over and lF A R ;
[ Jesus Christ Is coming back year new construction requests exceeded Florida. delivered a wonderful Bible lessonat Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. F. Tibbitts A AN "
No man knows $31,000.000. Demands this Starke of Camp-Of-The-Falms Keystone uC TNaoAf .:i
|gain someday. the Mission Hall to a large and I if
hen He will be here. That Is a year will meet with no more sucC(3s January 21, 1935. appreciative congregation.Dr. Heights. and their talented help eJU it'>'

cret which was locked In the' than last year Hard cold Dear Editor: Pettlngill wall returning ers attended the Mission Services ;\

Hom of the Father. But He is I fact Is that Chairman Treadway Is Among the strongest supporters from a Bible Conference In St on Saturday night and contributed
sometime. Just as certain now thinking in terms of borrowing much to the service by their special ,
wing of the temperance cause Is BishopW. Petersburg aud stopped here Sat
Is He went away just that certain I money pledging future rev A. Candler one of the best-lov urday night and Sunday and delivered musical numbers. (

e will come back again. His enues He treely'admits that 'ed churchmen in the South. The besides the message at Mission "Tha House of Seven Stories"! '
Irst literal coming.Is cost of road maintenance, care ot his at solid foundation / 1 1 1 1 u
coming was a following summary of article Hall one Lawtey on Sun with a wonderfully
going away was a literal going.Is 1.300 prisoners engineering and LAW MUST DESTROY LAW day morning and another at the was depicted In the study at full derailm each Vicks package
coming back will be a literal administration is sapping virtuallyall LESSNESS OR BE DESTROYED. '
back. of the income from the three to readers
ming; will be interesting all I
cents of the gasoline tax ) Increased who know truth
e wish to the as a
consumption of gasoline thinker it V-8 POWER FORD ECONOMY AND
great sees :
The writer is able to count something would be looked to for retirement NOW'J.

like one hundred and fifty; of any loans when as and If made. The promises of those who l'
Irophesies which have been liter sought the repeal of 18th amend

|lly fulfilled. The prophet said ment have not been fulfilled and
hat Jesus would be born of a vir- An atmosphere of unusual tense. all their predictions that temperance

tin. This was literally fulfilled ness characterized a special nv.:t. would be promoted by repeal

f be prophet said that He would be lag of the State_ Board of EJuca. have utterly failed. Bootlegginghas

{old for thirty pieces of silver tlon last week to hear School Su Increased. In fact, bootlegging Ijr

thin was literally fulfilled. The jerintendent Finlayson. of Jackson has always prevailed under every Co I

rophet said that He would be be County. Finlayson wanted the legal system designed to restrainthe

>ayed by a friend. This was lit board to agree to allow eighteenper sale of liquor 1M

''rally fulfilled. -The prophet said cent of the state allowance for It was further predicted that repeal itZaffcRidings7

tat a potter's field would be teacher pay to the county to be would bring great revenues to II

ought with the price of His blood. used for bus transportation as the Federal Government but the

this was literally fulfilled. The against the customary twelve percent returns of taxes upon liquor sales

Iropheta say that Jesus Christ Similar requests from other have been most meager. A recent

111! come back again. This will be counties have been turned down sermon preached by Dr. John

terally fulfilled. I' It was brought out that the Haynes Holmes in New York City

I e e 'state is contributing $132,000 to and reported by the NEW YORK s7h
Jackson schools, the county practically TIMES contains these assertions: .'
; The question is often asked nothing for current operations ;!
"We will have prohibition again. '
hat good Is the doctrine of the The 10,000 being raised The only question la that of time. ,.:,' I,
cond coming of Christ? I am !
from general school levy and special We will have It because the so- ,t,
>Ing to die anyway before a great
j school districts is being used called regulation of the liquor traffic JI
hlle: Death is not the second
for the of back salaries
largely! paying Is a complete failure. Liquorcan
sing of Christ. It is the very
suggested Increased assessments not be licensed; It must be
pesite. When Jesus comes again collections of poll taxes outlawed. I await with perfect I
will raise the dead and trans-
head Finlayson responded -
Delegation confidence the coming day when
|te living saints. Almost every
that he wasn't going out
the educated mind will say liquor f?
jirtatlan In the New Testaen -
grace urging an upping of tax assess must be outlawed."
is mentioned in connectionth ments so that they could cut his t
the second coming of Christ. official head off. .. When the Federal prohibitionlaw
I we are exhorted to be patient It was In operation many newspapers I

because Jesus Is coming soon. constantly said it was ineffective -

ie New Testament states specl- Increasing Inquiries as to colonization in restraining liquor sell-

fcally that this doctrine has a possibilities are being received Ing. They magnified lawbreakingand 31

irlfylng Influence In the heart of by state house officers minimized law-enforcement;
I Christian. When we celebrate They suggest the Imminence of another thus they encouraged the liquor

e Lord's supper we are to show "Five Acres and Freedom" trade to believe It was stronger

rth His death until lie comes. boom. Regulatory regulation maybe than government and could defy .. :
to colonizers law without fear of -
fcrly Christians who were look- ) sought prevent punishment.
Is1 for the return of our Lord buying> up cheap lands of doubtful To encourage any enterprise what.

irned the world upside down andfere productiveness for any com- soever to defy law IH to encourage

so loyal to Him that they mercial purposes and disposing of anarchy. If this encouragement

ere willing to. give their lives tore It: to "Freedom-loving" citizens of of lawlessness continues, every
Savior. other states as the one route to in- form of human selfishness will

I dependence., break forth In defiance of civil
statutes and Divine authority. The 1
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I SMITH B. OSBORN nation must put down the lawless i ON TDK AIR-FORD SYMPHONY k

uneral services were held at the "California is a cess-pool of legal liquor traffic or be put down by It!! ORCHESTRA S..da, EvealsjceFRED
confiscation Californians
roily residence Sunday afterion Very truly yours, WARING,Thandar ...... '
at two o'clock. for Smith R. : live for today only ', They are as COLUMBIA:: NET WORK
fcborn a punch of gees who like (o be Publicity Chairman,
99, whor'.died early last n.
liursday after Illness crown In the air' and have- their W C. T. U. .
morning an '
I several months. tail-feathers shot out" So writes Source: Atlanta Journal. Magasine .

a, Californian who says that by Section, December 30, 1934.
[The service was conducted by -

l>v. A. E. Dunham of the Eplsco- dint of sacrifice and accumulate savings he NOT..1 OPKOI ."PP...(,. T'O. MAKES no difference: where you sit l in the new roominess-Its new easy-pressure brakes

II Church and a quartet compos- has managed to a TAX I)KKNOTICFJ ) IT
I of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Powell. 200,000 competence which Is in IH HEKEHV GIVEN! Ford V8. Even back feat passengers and clutch-its new, larger tires-the safety of ue

f s. .J. D. Doyle and John H. danger of being taxed to death That Certificate' M. P. Matheney.No. 15 leaued holder ht.h of Tax day (' enjoy "the comfort: of a front seat ride." its welded all-steel body and safety glass all
well two of the deceased's He asked the Governor If Florida of Heptember, A. l). 132, filed
sang offered haven for men and aid certificate In my office and took to round (at no extra cost)!
Irorlte hymns"Asleep In Jesus",, a made application for tax deed to I.. It a major engineering development

Id "Abide ,With Me." Internt their women earnings who have men been and careful women of Maid.u. thereon certificate In' accordance embrace the with following law. make this possible-the Full-floating Springbase Low in first cost: : : s more economical; to
Prevatt Ceme-
was made In described property situated In
*y. Pallbearers were: Active, G. who could find here a refugeagainst Bradford County, Florldat to-wlt i iNorthea.t with Comfort Zone Seating. Notice how the operate than any other Ford ever built the ...
t In the HoutheaMt Corner
acre
I Bennett, L. S. Hutto H. L.ownlee exhorbitant epic era taxes wiarter' of SouthwestQuarter mounted the axles how 1935 Ford V-8 is at the same time designed "
beyond ; ,
that the springs are e
P. M. Barefoot O. A. .... The Governor opines of Section t, Township 1 ..... a

dreu 4. M. Mitchell, F. O. PetBon letter was an expression of the south acre. Hanare more 10 or Kant I...., containingone the seats are cradled: in the easy-riding zone to meet the needs of everyone. It's a new auto ,.
and W. L. Wall Honorary, hearts of thousands who now find The aveeeement of nand property S
H.. Green. G. M. Slstrunk.; John themselves over-burdened with taxes was under In the the name eald of certificate Unknown.I..u.d btttvettt the springs. Notice what a difference mobile value. See it today.

low, H. H. Young J. F. Kick In other states. Unless said certificate shall beredeemed this makes-in everyone's comfort: I "-
to law, tax deed
|r. H. Austin.Wr. Reports reaching her from Mia according 23rd ...
will leeue thereon on the day for
Osborn was born In Fairfax. ml Is that Governor SholU and of February A. D. 1 J5. ..... -. But Comfort; Zone Riding Is only one reason

....;, ..u J.Ci: and was the ousted DaJe Sheriff Dan Hardie I A.Dated i>. 'JJSA.'thilath day of J" a'hyyou'U'santa trd'18in1931.YouUwantit FORD V-8
of the late William T. and Safe have reached a truce, that the 3. THOMAS 1935
Har-" Clerk of Circuit Court, the of its p
Osborn. Governor plans to re-Instate I Bradford County, Florida. for Its V-8 power-for beauty stream

urvivors are hU widow, andBee die "next week" Nothing Is lliStIll666Itad its .
daughters. Mrs. A. M. Adst. known of any such agreement In lined .body. and interior al'l'ointmenCJ-for and up Kmty* mt throufk UnlvtnmlCrJU :

|B. Percy Page and Mrs. E.kite Tallahassee It Is possible that .i- 9495,0.& D." a C*., f.rd fhmnet ftmn.
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of Norfolk Va., and one Governor Shahs has the resignation .

B. Roy W. Osborn also of Nor- of Hardie Successor Colemanto ..

Bt; one sister Mrs. Mary Fow- be used at any time he sees fit. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

of New Burgh* N. Y. but no Hardie emissaries; have even day

suggested a conference Chances _

[Sam Hill- is a euphemism for are that Hardie will have to LIQI'fn 'TABLKTM ,.'_ r
devil. take.his case to the laglnlstura. .ALVH OMOr- nOSk STARKE, FLORIDAiwruu ;





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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNT!' TEUSdRAPII._ TAItKE. FLORIDA

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I' Bradford County TelegraphEstablished A MEAN ADVANTAGEFrom


1877 souri comes the Ozarks a story of quite South as Mil picturesque Maybe, You'veHeard L T ODD---BUT TRUE .1

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and native the hillsides -
'n .. .. __ .. .. --- .. -.'.- aa of It But
themselves.: It bears the label .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Poplar Bluff. ,

Matter al the Post Office at Starke, Florida It seema that one Her chel Irby I

.. .. ----- an industrious, citizen unlike the
-- -- ----- --------------- Dixie DolngnA

E. L. Matthews------------------------Editor and Owner singing grasshopper, took advan. ( glimpse into a middle-class __
of winter weather.He __ __
tage some mean
.. .. ,__ __ u__. __ ._. _. ___ __ .._ purchasedsome timber whittled Southern home alii it might be Imagined I USS ThAN hn--T.4- __ -p--
by one of our Northern
SUBSCRIPTION RATE it down. hauled it to his home 22 T r
brethren after reading "God's Lit
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Yearly $1.50 Six'Months 75c-Payable in Advance and there on his woodpile split It up "
tle
; Acre "Lamb In His Bosom
into nice stovewood 1L I I ALL MARRIED
lengths. ,
Advertising Rates on Application "South Moon Under," et al, et ai,
That accomplished he corded It
,- et at et more al. 'The scene opens ir WOMEN
into ricks folks of them ,
ae speak
when Lige and Jenny Skunkpos- OVCH YeWH
V3 '
You hear a lot about jay-walkers, but what about jay. up that way; or strands, aa we-all sum arrive for a quiet game of '
southerners might Itrt jlJ QUO W
drivers? say. bridge with Pa and Ma Rlvermud.) ,
Then he began to notice here 4 LwI; AW LIVING -- --

0 and there it.was disappearing. The ACT I (
.. dark. So, Pa-Well, Lige an' Jenny, how WITH THttft _
Coming events cast their shadows before them, and so nights wer.- Egyptian j
he took a sizeable stick of woodand I you all 'air? Fetch yo'self right ,\iiU58PtNO _
'does-a fat woman. he augered a hole Into it, and I inter the Vett'ln* room. Me an' Ma ) .5.

o this hole he filled with squirrel- air sho proudful,"oout you all corn- '--/1/ ?

( hunting gun-powder. Then he in' over for a mite of bridge- _
Trouble is about the only thing a person can succeed .
plugged,.the hole,, and placed hU I danged if we ain't. 'IDrnQsiI' -
in keeping to himself. plant where it would most likely ? LJgre-Thanks Pa. It dew be

o fall Into the. miscreants hands, right smart nice of yew to say so.

Justice might triumph in the end but it certainly has a A day, pr .so later .wLiI he was I Ma-Tou-una'II have' to be aacusln' :. .
,, looks 0' 'this settln' :: '
eating breakfast, one of the neigh thA .Tiii::) _
lot of obstacles to over ome.. bor's cookatove bley its lids around I room,' -hut a dad-blamed pant'er ( -
II '
0- rather unexpectedly.71 1 -,.Beac I jumped :d' here afore supper an' TsI

It's, up to somebody to think of a use for all that ice Times,. ,, '-'" made a awful "mess 'a-chawln' off ,
,, .!.. t-iv. 0. Grandt>l.p's Jeer
Commander Byrd is discovering. I MAN'SINIIUM4'JITx;' "Jenny, -"'I "dew. *" ,declare. Them

{) pant'ers "la ge\tin" sumpln. turrlWc. -
There ar.e> humans '\ower'.than I Hit made'me right smart
It's hard to tell whether Max Baer is out for boxing ring '
"tat one'
the 'beallllJ.aJ1; : }sln"Tthls gory mad when o' the varmints got

records or diamond ring records. should, be;,.Classed.,an"Indianapolis I away with "our Lizzy last week. 0V RAM3tS.ni
'
-oIt's couple, wJho, had kept a 16-year-old Lige sec ifthey gits airy nother

radiate happiness if kitchen/is. radiat.ing girl a prlBoner,ln'a'srtliiny' : ; darkened one o' our chlllun' he's danged if he

easy your 'room for eight m6htha. The don't git his.rifle an' go out alter. ': -'I" ._ .
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the smell of a home-cured ham. girl was. weak;:.emaciated when the. screw-tall critters. -.....-.- .:t.r, -':_il ..." .-..",......._-"'... .c. _'..r< ._1 BtFOftf.CHRtfLT.
.. .
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9 o found by the police.. She'had been Ma.,...Yew folks dew set down an'le' All. TOOL fcHb'MlCMMUCAl.Device :: -
I
given little.to eat arid'no'( liberty. ,, cut for'deal.Lige !. : -. ,
i'4 Looks like Bradford County is going to get that road to The-.;>nly reason' that the child -Na'w Je'. don't cut-le's USED' ny 'MAN :ARC OUT

-I the State Prison Farm or die trying. knew or'.the cruelr'treafmeni washer phoot It'put.! : )_done come'off an' 'IMITATIONS\ Of lMllAfc't MICFOUMb
,,'
o father's dislike his accusation lean" forgot my pocket knife. m" UATURE EaiI1Tf ;;; ; :;::'.:: e! :. :;; ; !

that she stole which she 'denied: (Ma and Pa Rlvermud take theIr \ : : : '
Einstein says there is a limit tr> space. Now if we can Her mother dead the father had positions in one corner of the"room __ : : : I I

only convince some of these free publicity hounds married again. Brutality was added .. and Lige and Jenny>tand opposite -. -

"C'J Io to the .tragedy. them. They count three and begin d7 der to save four, minutes running known a. C. II Nobl... Henry. c

'. This abuse of the young and un firing. At the end of a round or TOO LATE time. demon also known a. H. v. .f''ic,,.
It is good to Leslie George's Knots and one and Iah Clamoim,
see "Pine Cypress hlNl'ir.| .
fortunate is probably more :'com two the'Rlvermud's are losing the Folks will probably get a bigger Thoa W. Pitt., J. c. McLemoiani
Knees" column back in the Taylor County News. mon than tho average person'reajIzea most;blood 'so the Skunkpossums kick out of hearing Carl's speech'as Shaw!Sul; .- !Mrtxtmor W. H. hln wife. A. ii

o : 'an the truth is', often, kept get'the" deal;' They all stfdown and TO CLASSIFY than any other candidate's. His Liomons'. his 'Olummi.. M W'and"t Ward Jan .

hidden.. Revenge personal prejudices begin playing bridge.) hardest task will be to get 'em to th. unknown heirs at low, li-R-iitrn!
There is a settlement in Taylor] County named Iddo. For Br ntTSSELl ICAY5.eresry and devise.* of 3. B. Cone dvveuHed
realize
mental com Jenny-Air noticed that tur- that he la serious. But this and of
punishment. yew Florida Pm. Ass... K. P. Ward dece&se1., ", ol/
some reason it always makes us think of baby talk. plexes may lead to the' Infliction rlble calico Mlz"Cloverfleld had on time he claims he's not foolin' and of Robert them Lewis; the deceased l and ,,f ea'!

0 of terrible afflictions upon the at the foot wshin' las' week?' Is in the race to win. .tltuUnlr V A.unknown nelll'l.ter' per.ons A ComtuiiV

helpless. Such inhumanity Is Inconceivable "(The' Rlvermud 'Children burst I In spite of the tact that Dave If an.i. Bht. ci5tl'11 1 ?. "r a PartnerihpI .
It has been suggested by the St. Augustine Observer thata keeps tellin' us'what ic. % L"LS Con"i Daniel 6
I to normal people and into the room dragging a little colored a heck of a 'Mighty Barnum"Coming >ynn. K. ru;'n ana ,. ,
(ian
Republican stuffed for the beenfit of posterity. yet it occurs'and assumes various boy by the' heels. They produce tough job a Governor has,, how 'othAL" -wife. ; It v" and If
and tie many' trying problems he /aces To Ritz hh r.a dead, then. to it.,
a forms. Neglect improper environment a rope It around his neck Unlnown 1w:. lead 1 .
may have as evil effects and, with much fuss succeed in and what a thankless task It is, entatlv... dSVIs.es.. legate.."repr.and
Orchids to a Massachusetts fox that is reported to chase the woods are full of burst- P. grantee. of .aohmu.h de".1 person -
upon the child as Imprisonment or dangling him, somewhat awkwardly guys T. Barnum. self-styled "Princeof I and to W. 'A. 'n..I.ter l &
the hounds every time a hunt is staged in its territory.A physical beatings. Parents are from the chandelier.) I Ing with ambition to.step into his Humbugs"' comes to life at the puny. Its unknown, successors. gI'ftntee. Corn--

o not always saints.Punishment Ma-I dew declare, yew chlllun shoes. Ritz Theatre Sunday and Monday to to a""rnH"itosa I.e. \Nartl': a T.e'rporatinn 1'. War.I,

for such creatures make the most noise lynch In' a The way it looks now, we're gon. in the person of Wallace .Jr.. Th..lma K"ly end Clrady. K.llr
Florida frog broke the records by jumping thirteen should be severe' and prompt.-** body.I: bet 'Mlz Skunkponsum's na have a record breaking crop of Beery who plays the'' matchless Smith her! hushn4 n.'L1 husband Onarll"Olgil Smith Nord..hfr ami l I,..,

feet. Probably got in practice crossing the highways. Miami Herald. chlllun don't make airy bit of fuss. gubernatorial candidates. If we showman: in one of the biggest hits and Florell"her husband Hugu' Xordrl>mn>,

n -0.- Dew thev. Mlz Skllnlrnamvum' -. ? could lust plow under about half I I of the season, "The Mighty' Bar Orville Ward Ward no.well 8t..I1. May \\'al'l.
War!, C''r'
TIlE GOOD OLD DAYS ;Jenny:.:.Nalry a bit, Mlz River- ) 'em it would be fine but unfortunately I num." Ward end, Mr"' Crl Ward Nlllinlo, '
A scientist says that three vitamins remain undiscovered., mud. They Is'1'0 quiet we" all never that's one crop that Besides the star and a notable Flor..n.Ward, 1"101'Ward.''his. Ward wife Rosetta ancl Mr&

Wouldn't it be' terrible if they were found in spinach, too? Civilization I la coming In for so ,know a lynchln's goln' on. Sometimes doesn't seem to be any control for. supporting cast the famous midget band bott., 0111"AI. Mnth..ny, and h..r ho All...

t. o l large a share of condemnation \we*. don't find. the body for While a lot of birds are makin' General Tom Thumb the Cardiff residence. P.of Meth.nythe each of whom p1.10..I I-s, IIn..1
these days that we wonder how days. W a king of "off the record" for Giant Joice Heth the "160- known: Samuel It Ward and ilrt
race
Lake City bachelors have organized themselves into. a many 'of us would< like to try a Pa--That's 'my1 good rope you Governor right now but hesitate to year-old negro ,slave :who nursed Samuel mel l4pmInol H. ,Ward Ave hla Atlanta wife "c'h%,(. of..

club. They\ must be afraid that they cannot stand alone l little sojourn on some desert island alls usln too. ain't ItT An' I'll be openly admit it; one chap jumpedthe the Infant George Washington," W.wife Ward each endPMr...' W, W. ,:Ve..d U' ; his SI'1
far from the 'ain't and all the other freaks which of nhlln. ia. III 'Chat,,
o away dirty politics, dad-blamed Ma. IT they' gun and< broke out with an official were Ward end Jllra. Siusham: W..d. his
tawdry sham of society depressingbread strung up Aunt Ella's little nigger. announcement last week.. exhibited by Barnum will comeback wife each of Hotel S..II.vu,'. 11.0
Kentucky has created the office of Inspector of Nudist lines. and exasperating: tax Joshua. to life. Francisco. Cal and to any a..d. all
I Rlmln"
H. Carl ,
Dann of "
Orlando r.r..on. any right tItle
Camps. Wonder if there is a salary that goes along with it, collectors.- Many of, us somehowfeel Ma-Why yew little brats yew. that none of his friends have urged says A double feature bill will be offered ,land.In or, .wt1, followhg, dacibed or.-
that if could back to Aunt Ella by the Ritz
we go .won't like that a bit next Tuesday and Lot 11
him to
too? run but he has checkedover except two acres In the
the good old days of'a thousand she won't. the Wednesday when it shows "White I S..ulb..t corn.r and the
-0 or a hundred thousand years ago First child-Well this dern nig gubernatorial timber andcan't Lies"" with Fay -Wray Victor tlon North 7 half of Lot II, all In See.
' figure out where 'j'own.hlp 7 "
Mouth
of 'em Rung
One young blood says you hear a lot about girls dieting, before unemployment and appendicitis -! ger sex today air the 13th an' Mary have a thing on him so any he's 'de Jory and Walter Conoly. and I I nSwHnV and the NW% pf (Its
were Invented. we would Indeed Louise an' me sez hit's the 12th. "Against The Law" with Johnny S"'tlon si_Township 7
I
but it's, funny you never happen to take one like that out todinner. cided to run himself and may the Mouth' """"f* *0 All III
Mack
have the true Utopia of whichso Pa-Air yew told Aunt Ella her best man win. Brown and Sally Blane. I Tlradfonl: County
'lake :1 111Rh"
..- many of our promising politicians Joshua won't be to home fer sup- ''h.tHuted notice' that '* I'r.t.
In
Carl has the .hove named Conn]
managed to do pretty NOTED DIVINE TO by the
- o speak. per? I'KEACH "''In* of a sworn bill of com-
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t_- If we of today only knew what Second child-She sez it want well for himself in the real estate Rev. Dr. George Mahy,. of New Smith 1.lalnt .bythe.. ? ahove named M. A
A famous dancer says that most people don't even know business. He probably took it York Liquidator' for Bradford!
struggles for existence were necessary for makln" no 'dtffunce. She didn'thave on will preach in the Presbyterian County Dank '* ,
how to walk. But they seem to get where they're going just then! If we only knew what enough fish to.go round no the well! known chin when the bubble Church here next Sunday at fli'no plaintif his'(>,title.....kln'?' .'" to Corporation quiet and ,on'II
: .
burst
of thirst and fear '' but he managed to unload 11:00: o'clock. He will be simple 1 title : an lpd f a lhle r
: the same. pangs hunger way. accompanied the *>>ov. de8crll.
lot of Inde.
our earliest ancestors needed to Pa-Well; cut the consarned crit- a stuff and turn the by Rev. and Mrs. Hilary as def..ndant.a.aln.t you and each of y..J

, o endure I If there were a local ter down noW"--he air 'bout quit profits into bonds. He claims he Gilbert Aldridge evangelistic singers following other' and defendant.- also, against to-wlil thl

They tell the story about the little boy who went up in drought, they simply died for want kickln'; an' besides he gits In the has enough money to run for Governor under the auspIces of the The Vllle,First a N""n*l Bank ot Oalnn

of water. There was no way forhem l light. l and serve for one term. How. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. ala". known corporation aa Haiti V. tyml'
then
i an airplane and thanked the aviator for the two rides ; he I Me. H. V. Lynn |
won't ,
ever object to D. .
B
t to know that by simply dlg- : :Ma An' boys,'" dont yew dast little. receiving a I who are heard frequently over the J"M, m.y5rnher.. hUabandA.; : B. Hhii.l
and assistance and
his first his last. from friends Dee
who Wilson tit
Ing down, ten, twenty-fhre or fifty -'throw him'down the well like yew radio. wlte. L. A. Drown and Millie IA'

o feet ID'the ground- plenty* of did that'n last week-the gol-dang- campaign.might wish He to;has contribute set a'limit to his All welcome. ..... tire ltrown, Mn.l hi...wife W ,.. A, }I..n. ..
A writer that water would be available. There ed Water's: bad nough as of THIS JH-THi R''FORJI '
, woman says most divorces are caused by $23 on such donatlona and stateshe HAND : TO COM
waa no way to bring it In from Us., NEGROES DIE FOB MURDER YOU AND KACll OF YOI|
t} lack of sportsmanship.:' Too much sporting. and not enough fifty or a hundred miles away.I II 1 ij won't accept a cent more from RAIFORD-Thomas Jefferson. to appear Monday In'' acid above' entlt'
: anyone person. Then If he )selected 22, and Fred F'.a:: : ;. ,the 4th-.1. :! N
sportsmanship eh ? I Men la those days suffered frequently Odd and Bud .Anderson, 24, negroes ..A. 0- I '
I from famines, and often i. 'From'all Indications It looks as and they try to put a fin were executed in the electric i'l'r1"1. ?taken" "**maid* conf.ea.d. "fll'of'enmpInH'lWUn ( '

.- o lived l on nothing better than the I if the President's Birthday Ball to ger on him as their man, he will return chair here this week for the murder .,M tny: hand an.? the bX f"-,'
More accidents occur in the home ,than anywhere else their $25 to them and get a at Jacksonville coal of said Court at S ark. IIrod.
berries they could find In trees and bo held here next Wednesday quit-claim to himself.He November 11. ford County Florida. this Ird day 01
they tell us. Does a well-aimed flat iron come under the perhaps an occasional slab of alll- be a real party.' We even bear of Carl Schuman, former University 3nuary- ,A A.. :j.Ii. 1535.: .
gator steak but what concerned frankly admits that he's nota of Florida football slain THOMAS. .
head of an accident? I that several tuxedo have been star Aa CUrlc Circuit Court
them moat In those periods of "un taken out of the moth balls and arebelnl' politician. points out that he bas during a holdup of his store (OFFICIAL radtord Country Fiori
o der protection" was the' danger of aired anticipation of the never held any kind of public of KNIGHT A SEAL N ) ,'

The letter "e" is used more than any other in the English I being killed and eaten by some ,vent! If this sort of thing keeps .. In fact, although a floridian BAPTISTS FIGHT LIQUOR Attorneys 1.t.6t.8.U for '. t.Tlrr.:

language. One reason, perhaps, Is that it appears three neighbor who always kept his pot up, we hardly know what to expect I for been many to Tallahassee.As years he baa. never even DELANO-The Florida Baptist
boiling and his club' baad).. The except a good time i ConventIon. told this week special xnnip-r. ALBtlon
times in "please rem!t.. constant fear of'fellow, for a''platform Hereby
beings>> aa '- Carl states conditions have become ,worse Sotlee Ir"' ''.n that un4l
#, 0 well aa wild beasts, plagued all our 'One of the ''negroes recently put he haan't one. Furthermore he since the repeal of national and of and by U virtue iaeud 0' that on .. '.a'lM Wfl, AJ

Remember the old. song "Take Your Girl to The Movies 'ancestors for thousands of yean. to death in the" electric chair at doesn't expect to make any prom tate prohibition, launched a pro .13..,eai 1533 or by and under tta'. aM
I Anthropologists;;. geologists and the' State P'arm requested that a ises. He la rated as one of the most gram designed to counteract "liq* Bradford Cleric County of Circuit Court II
? For next weeklet's sing it, ."Take Your Girl to The other scientists tell ua that the life gold tooth be taken. out of his I brilliant after-dinner speakers, In uor. traffic, evils." t Florida on II Ihl

President's Birthday Ball." of early humans was la fact nothing mouth and given to his wife as akuep.ake the state and la known far and -twsnSaAapajf...
.
o 'J' short ,of a continuous night- ;' wide. a humorist and class A en Prisoner in Nevada '.re execut- ..a..... ,J. W are Rd i il
.
mare. They were set upon by lice .". ":1 tertainer but ..... claim :he haa ed With the use of lethal will'fend..t.melt 1thays.Ayted.; l upon -
tJ to, .
gas.
t A town in Kansas was moved 135 feet to keep it on the I bugs; and insects of all kinds from The Bachlor'ette Club baa kind never made a'. political speech In bidder for each'h onp higheaF'nd Monday the.i'41

- highway. \We know several towns that could be moved that which they had no means of, es' ly consented Jo decorate the Wo his life. ix: .1"VtT.VOI1I'TY. coir'r or B&AUrOR" .lay.... of hnure".bru of.ry....Ie<1,35, daring" '
.rV.ORiOA. IN in-front of *p
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far without much trouble. cape. Disinfectants were unknown man' Club for Wednesday night. While Carl hal no' platform, he CNANCESYat. South door of the County. rourtaUB

aad, the all..taaerateb. often I It would be almost enough decora- does have a few personal Ideas IIr.df..rd. A. SMITR a. Liquidator" Florida* of, Bradford the Countr.ln.StArt

o caused trouble, for months; A person tion Just to have all the members about what might be done to Improve tI..n County Bank. a corpora. and, .IxlnaIn. MM Bradford Count lyl"!

- A woman Is supposed to be able to stand more!! cold than I II unfortunate enough to lose an of that distinguished organization conditions la the state., First VB.' Plaintiff I I .ntlal 1'IUFIUC,to or .caticty mUd thereof. .5 'I. '

-I- a man, but still a wife expects her husband to get up and II I eye or break a leg., waa at the present. (Are 'IeettIDs good?) off he rays; be' in favor of a sale WILLIAM, .: DR100BR3! '.ET C..AL"No tal I I I From coita of (Mention ceid towina Jndorm'with :

build the fire mercy of the elements. Only those '- tax, believing that it. Is' the moat TuB! Dsfendants I "point. | where South line
*
morning. STATE or Jcton Township I South nun
every In perfect physical condition could What lado-about-town Invited equitable and Just form of taxa rrl'e Willie',, Llg.r.FLORIDA, William' I E....t, cr0..... went edge of $"""'
0 survive at all, and only the grace their dates to Klngsley Lake last ,, Phillip Dell and h. wife H.I Road No 13 thence run North'alonar '''

It 'is said that there are no lawyers'in the whole of Collier of God enabled. them to maintain Saturday night to eat shrimp and tion.He Is against the fee system because Mary known H... James Deli J.H.111.Shaw Bl1aw and, al.o I I to point ald of bea-lnnln State Road thence 881i,W
as J. 103 fa.
their health. then M. Chaw I t. th.nce'
fed them frankfurters? Br. and .. 'Northerly pnrull'
J.m.a
County We hope killed in he thinks It, la to Hr. end H. Shw Also. all that '
none are the rush now that :Most of them died in early manhood '- wrong .h.o his Wife Mary Ann Shaw I SWM.' of Section portion or NWV
maintain known IS, 'T'nwnhiP
the, fact has been made known. if'they managed to outlive It'. getting old now. but have I a system that permits an H A. Shcw a.John Marlen M. L.w&s Sh&w. & and aa I South. flange IS Eat which .H J
obscure Justice of the .Peace to .dmlnl.tralor. a. the F W..., of 8. A.' JU Ry. Rls-ht-nf-1
a the perlte of Infancy. A personof you heard the story about the local make more than .rd P. 1..1. of the estate of Rich I and containing about nina .;!
money a dec..a..d H.
forty was an old< and miss Supreme C. Park.r; Mao Ni of i otf.:: '
man generally who asked her father o. I 4 Pits of Wtf
e Roosevelt wants_ prosperity: Huey Long wants to 'be Court Judge and a Clerk of Court lol. 1 lu.'il.t.a Cole and ii. I of Section Towonhlp HouiRanira '
despised and
by younger,, where be was going and when he to knock n.r. as co-pert-I 21 lit/
down doing
President ; Legionnaires want the bonus ? Hitler wants every more vigorous men. moat of whom replied, "fishing" she parried with more Jack .than we ('ompeny; hUInqi.i Mar'Lewis.a Col. A I,, Also Lots ai 'tand a of BlorkTar .
bad all they could do to take the pay our_Governor, will... and h.r hosbnd; OJ ':rbeW I. I. Temple's IddUlun to TW"
he care temark that .
thing hasn't got. What is your own private order? she didn't know will,.. Arbie I Florid". .
of themselves. Weaklings fell by "It wa. Sunday.! This candIdate "says he'll prob- a. Jren. U.n..rk D.n..rk end her"Iao known I, W.,.". BrrERSON.

o t>o wayside and wereu..,;:, ,... tu --1. : '!:!1 have a lot of pPI!m" f 'c'rttn. Tnl5erk jCto.,." ',_husband. fa.' I A. ,....., |
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The killing of two desperate criminals on the banks of die. It was the life of the tooth I actual ; ??, -,_
a ily Count only twelve persons the job of Chairman of-the'State -' ; a1..*. ,/. Me ... "
peaceful lake in Marion County just goes to show that it is and the claw. It was every man were at"the late show when Road Department but hints that al..o I.ewl.' known aI.! know a.. Mr"M.a. John. I.......; Y M. I to..whey'u ald i road for S2W Plaitix"\ f.ot, .._*0a .";...;.
for himself and the devil take the "Great Expectations": here under his Ale..nde. 24. rAwl.. I thencealon said .Ir.flt to
played administration
IAwl..
safe minute
never to bet. this A L. LewIs
: one on what wilj happen the par- ThomI I road and I
next. hlndennoat.i a. Z.wIi, thence along aid rnajpoint -
Sanford .. .
c.
Herald. last week. _
Of-course there ticular Emily \
was a ;
post won't be .
._ so Importantsince Sareh Lewis. John ;:.: of b arlnnlnar, In S'' of i*"
Alexander .:
0 tent show oa the same night, so the Road Department wont ham John ,U. Eddie J. C. ( I of BWV4 ot _"l Id ,lctlon.'ToW'

Russia has opened a factory to manufacture vitamine I There are 114,000 ,blind persona Dclkens shouldn't feel too bad over have eo'much to- do.- He thinksIt 53ri.John it ni...Earle wife.Jr. and Henrietta: Piddle I>. I l and Ala's Ranr, 8'* of,. 18H- of BWV In i,...

pills. It's- time for some of our patriots to become alarmed. In the-United_States.At his poor turn'ouL. is time to call a halt'on buildin' C.I'.If.' Th.odocla F. I. .. .$A-S Fr.nclu Shaw and I. "hi.- I I a finn: Ea.II>.,. i'ownahip.10( .. $outb,. R<
.
the reds roads that don't go anywhere but W. :IL Lane C. Lan., I Mao $4 of !8KW! ef 8WW ..t.'
JS are themselves and H. A.. ,.
.Pier.h pepping up for world inva the..e of eight a child News print .. nowbeing manu get; there quicker.' He points out Stephen Hull .. guardian Lane for hla T.wife I tlon a; and Nfc of $W" ofJd >'"
should be familiar with factured from -. '. A. I.L.wis', C l !NH oil NBjTof NWM, and f
approximately the old
field Instance PiniIILewis '
pines one where
100000. F SWft
was end Sereb LewI1:: Mr.. : of NB% nl Section J'
3,000 words; in several of the Southern state spent'on' a'40-mile !stretch in or- Drown. 21. H. Brown L,U.P. H.Iln. I In Township T south, Range n. -
Lewis T. Sbw,. Dr. C., H Nobi.,else l I trly 1.4-5t--at right. 'an"l<. to al
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